New toy in the market teaches coding and robot construction to kids

Sony has come out with a new Lego-like toy that uses sensors and actuators to bring kids’ creations to life.

Once the kids build shapes and models using the pieces, they can connect the sculptures wirelessly connected to a computer, and can use basic coding to make the blocks move around and light up. The toy is called Koov and was created by Sony’s education arm, Sony Global Education.

This toy is being sold at Japan now for 37,000 yen and is expected to arrive in the US market soon.

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