Sony is one of those companies that is taking very seriously that the youngest in our house should start learning programming and robotics techniques as soon as possible. To bring this idea to fruition, they even have several divisions in charge of studying the best ways for them to learn and create innovative toys in this direction.
Today I want to present you the latest proposal that comes to us from Sony, a new toy that the company has baptized as Koov, a system that allows you to literally build things through the use of a series of pieces to which we can incorporate modules with motors and even a series of pre-engineered circuits to get our creation to do a number of things.
Sony shows us Koov, a very interesting way to teach programming and robotics to the youngest of our house
Personally, I have to confess that more or less I defend myself by programming in certain languages and the way in which I have learned the truth is that it dictates a lot to be intuitive, attractive and, on many occasions, effective, quite the opposite of this new format that does what programming is a much more striking and simple task something that, undoubtedly, will like many of the young people who will be able to learn the fundamental concepts in a much more entertaining way.
As a final detail, in the absence of Sony launching a statement announcing the price and the date on which this new toy will hit the market, tell you that the fundamental part for everything to work as it should is nothing less than a plate Arduino and all the connections will be made by cables, according to the Japanese company, because it is more didactic since you can see how the different connections between components are established.