ASTORIA, N.Y., May 3, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Keeping children entertained and engaged in today's tech-driven world is now easier with GinoBot. The tool that implements a fun, hands-on experience with unlimited expansion potential for learning STEM disciplines, computational thinking, and digital literacy is launching on Kickstarter today.
GinoBot seamlessly blends playtime with advanced learning to sharpen a child's mind for the future. From plug-and-play robot to high-end coding and electronics, the progression of skills with GinoBot is unlimited. Children ages 6+ can build simple or complex models with GinoBot's scalable, and compatible design. It features KEIRO software for block-based programming, which is compatible with a PC (Windows, Linux, MAC OS) and smart devices (Google Play, Apple Store). GinoBot has Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, as well as a micro USB connector. It can also connect with 3rd party hardware like Arduino, Microbit and Raspberry Pi, among others.
Science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM toys are the future. GinoBot is a solution for children to learn 21st century skills that lets them playfully learn how to code, design, build, and rebuild models quickly, no matter their age or learning style.
"Children are our future and we believe they are all gifted with the power to perform astonishing technological feats," said Costas Sisamos, founder and CEO of Engino. "As STEM learning principles become more prominent in our children's curriculum, GinoBot is a great learning tool that will keep young minds hungry to explore, design and create enabling them to experience the limitless thrill of scientific discovery."
GinoBot is a great way to invest in your child's imagination and expand their creativity. To pre-order, visit pr.go2.fund/ginobot.
Engino is a toy manufacturer that specializes in construction toys and smart educational toys, and have been at the vanguard of the STEM education movement for the past 15 years. A few years ago, Engino joined the robotics market and started developing programmable robots. These robots are supported with an extensive curriculum so children can learn the digital-side of thinking and how to do programming, coding, and more. For more information, visit https://www.engino.com/.
Matt Harris, Engino, 704-313-9319, [email protected]