Moving the children from the front of the PC display “behind it”. Turning children gradually from PC users to software developers starting
Developing a range of toys - in the form of classic - looking plastic robots, puppies, Cinderella etc. with a central removable microprocessor which can be connected to a computer, children have the opportunity to learn how to program the microprocessor so the toy performs certain tasks such as lifting its arms, moving its feet, blinking, barking, etc. These actions are possible because the toy has built including servo-motors, hydraulic moving parts, sound devices and so on, which are controlled by the programmed microprocessor.