What if it was easier for your kids to understand concepts such as math, chemistry, or computer science, which are difficult because there’s nothing to relate them to?
Digital Dream Labs is tackling this by bridging the computerized world kids love to the familiar real world we live in with cloudBoard. cloudBoard uses toy puzzle pieces to play fun, mind-enriching videogames. The first game, promoting sequencing and logic skills, is Cork the Volcano, containing over 100 levels to make kids stop, think, and solve problems in creative ways.
This toy to tablet philosophy was realized from graduate work at Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center, and has already resulted in early hardware & software sales in Pittsburgh, PA. In order to reach parents of 4-12 year olds in the United States, cloudBoard is set to release in late 2014.
Join Digital Dream Labs in breaking free of the screen.