Former Apple Exec Creates High-Tech Building Blocks To Teach Kids Programming - PSFK

The Boulder, Colorado-based Seamless Toy Company has created a set of modular, high-tech building blocks called ATOMS. Founded by Michael Rosenblatt, who has worked at MIT and Apple, the company aims to help teach kids programming by creating toys that can do all sorts of exciting things.

Former Apple Exec Creates High-Tech Building Blocks To Teach Kids Programming

Gigaom reports that Rosenblatt wanted to make something that encourages kids to interact with electronics, even if they don’t have tech-savvy parents. ATOMS don’t require any electronics skills or programming experience. The company is currently seeking funds on Kickstarter, and will introduce a selection of different sets at launch.

Former Apple Exec Creates High-Tech Building Blocks To Teach Kids Programming

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    The Monster and his Dad would love these.
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    This, I can get behind. Reminds me of a children’s programming exercise I saw at the MoS in Boston where you would put...
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