1. Matt Sternberg

    Very informative and entertaining, as usual, Jeff. Looks totally cool. However, I think I’d rather have all of that ‘imagining’ going on in my daughters mind, rather than a processor. Your kids connected the train tracks and ‘saw’ the fire from the dragon and the water from the fire truck in their imaginations. With a chip doing it for them what do they have to do besides drag their fingers?

    I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.
    – Albert Einstein

  2. Thanks Matt (especially for the Einstein quote!). I hear ya, but seeing it in action I am pretty sure there is the opportunity to spark even more imagination as the world around the objects comes to life. It has the potential to take imagination to another level. Still plenty of room for creativity on the part of our kids, especially if you consider tools that might let the kids decide what happens around their objects. Perhaps kids will be able to decide whether a dragon breathes fire or blows bubbles. The possibilities are truly endless… 😉

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