A startup has surfaced that wants to raise cash to teach your children how to code.
Play-i, a California-based company founded by a group of Google, Apple, and Frog Design engineers, has launched a crowdfunding campaign aimed at raising $250,000. If the goal is met, the company will be able to mass-produce its Play-i Robots for kids aged 5 and up.
The idea behind Play-i is simple: Teach kids how to string together code to create applications. In order to do that, however, the company relies on robots and an iPad that displays a visual, kid-friendly programming language. By … Read more