New toy uses AR to teach about the elements

New toy uses AR to teach about the elements

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Capsule toys, often sold in vending machines, are very popular with young children around the world. In Asia these toys are often called gashapon, an onomatopoeic word formed from the Japanese sound ‘gasha’ (or ‘gatcha’), for the hand-cranking action of a toy-vending machine. ‘Pon’ refers to the sound of the toy capsule leaving the machine. Examples range from a miniature version of Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” to popular anime figures. With approximately 150 toys being released every month, Red Dot has given an education design award to a new capsule toy, Element Capsule, designed by South Korean creators Ko Hyunseon and Shin Daji.

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