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Moff: Wearable Tech For Kids To Spark Their Imagination

image source: Moff.mobi

image source: Moff.mobi

Looking to make playing with ordinary toys fun again, a Japanese company has created a wearable device for kids called Moff.

Moff is essentially a wearable Bluetooth smart toy which provides sound effects to just about anything you choose.

The slap band device wirelessly connects to your Apple device via Bluetooth, will sense movements being made, and will  translate them into sounds.

Sounds which will include; toy swords, magic sticks, piano, golf, guitar, among others.

image source: Moff.mobi

image source: Moff.mobi

The creators of Moff have taken their idea to Kickstarter to raise $20,000 to turn their prototype dream into a reality. With twenty-six days to go, Moff creators have raised and surpassed their goal by $8,200.

I am excited to see how far this company will go to expand their dream of creating a kid-centric platform.

Find out more about Moff and how it works by check out their Kickstarter page.

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