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Makeblock provides hardware, software, content solutions, and robotics competitions targeting the STEAM education and entertainment markets for schools, educational ins…

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  • Modular Robotics, formerly Roblocks, is a maker of a robot construction kits for children. The company's product, Cubelets, are magnetic blocks that can be snapped toge…

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  • Evollve is a company built around the idea that blends physical and digital technologies to entertain, educate and socially interact while focusing on instilling valuab…

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  • Anki is harnessing robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) to bring to life consumer products with intellect and interactive capabilities.

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  • littleBits is the New York-based hardware startup that is empowering kids everywhere to become inventors. Through its platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks…

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  • Root Robotics develops a two-wheeled mobile device that operates on flat surfaces. Users can program Root to draw, scan colors, respond to touch and sound, play music a…

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  • Smart Toy manufactures Ubooly, a toy that uses a smart phone as a means to turn a plush toy into an interactive experience.

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  • Sifteo makes Sifteo cubes, a tactile interactive game system for hands-on fun and Intelligent Play, and a growing number of games exclusive to its platform. Sifteo is a…

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