Osmo: Educational iPad Kit Game For Kids That Triggers Creative Thinking

Created for kids aged 6 and above... adults play too


Kids these days are attracted to tablets for the same reasons – interactive to touch, lots of educational games and videos. Parents don’t mind since tablets can be educational if done right and giving them a break while the kids are at it. It’s all good but having kids glued to the tablet might eventually cause them to be addicted to it which isn’t very healthy, mentally or physically during this critical growing stages. Here comes Osmo to the rescue, by making education on tablet a tangible experience for kids.

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Osmo works on a simple concept of a reflective camera that accurately detects the movements captured and by doing that allow kids (and adults) to interact and play with the tangible puzzle pieces and 3 customized app games bundled in the kit:

  • Tangram – Arrange tangible puzzle pieces into matching on‑screen shapes. Play with a friend or challenge yourself to more advanced levels as your handy‑work lights up with each victory.
  • Newton – Use your creative noggin and inventive objects like a hand‑drawn basket, grandma’s glasses, dad’s keys, or anything around you to guide falling on‑screen balls into targeted zones.
  • Words – Be the first to guess and spell out the on‑screen hidden word by tossing down real‑life letters faster than your friends. A related picture gives the clue.

The potential for Osmo is huge since there’s a chance the team developing it will launch new games and education apps for it, plus it isn’t limited to the pieces from the kit which opens up to other tangible imaginations e.g. Lego. [tweetable alt=””]Osmo has also been tested in over 100 schools worldwide with kids are loving it[/tweetable]. If you have been finding ways to spur your kids creativity and social intelligence, Osmo just might be the product you are looking for.

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The not so good news: Osmo isn’t launched yet.
The great news: Osmo is available for pre-order reservations at 50% off. (limited quantity, ships in October 2014)

You can pre-order up to a maximum of 50 pieces of Osmo, and the shipment costs will go down with every subsequent quantity. We suggest getting friends or family members with kids to combine orders to save up on shipping fees, good for Christmas too since the next shipment comes in October.

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