STEM Education Doesnít Come Cheap From Sony

Sony is getting into the STEM education game with KOOV, a coding kit containing more than enough sensors, actuators, and electronic parts to bring blocky Minecraft-like robots to life. Itís the first US launch from Sonyís Global Education division, which already found success with KOOV in Japan and China last year. Sony ran an Indiegogo campaign to bring the robotics kit stateside last June, but the campaign just missed its goal of $100,000, ending at 98% fulfilled. That hasnít stopped Sony though, which is determined to teach kids by focusing on selling an Educator Kit to schools. Sony All the parts included in the Educator Kit Designed for kids ages 8 and up, the Educator Kit contains over 300 building... Continue reading…

STEM Education Doesnít Come Cheap From Sony

Thu 15 Feb 18 from Geek.com

Sony made a 300+ piece coding kit for kids to bring blocky robots to life

Sony is getting into the STEM education game with KOOV, a coding kit containing more than enough sensors, actuators, and electronic parts to bring blocky Minecraft-like robots to ...

Wed 14 Feb 18 from The Verge

Sony now has a Koov robotics learning kit for US classrooms

 The Koov Educator Kid is up for pre-order today, with an estimated shipping date of March 25. Read More

Wed 14 Feb 18 from TechCrunch

Sony's STEM-focused coding toy is ready for classrooms

The first product from Sony's Global Education division, a candy-colored robot-building toy called Koov, is now ready for all of us to order. The toy, which is Sony's attempt ...

Wed 14 Feb 18 from Engadget

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