Fisher-Price, the well-known toy manufacturer for infants and toddlers, has partnered with Continuum, a global innovation design consultancy, to show us what the future of parenting will look like. According to Fisher-Price, research shows that within ten years, technology will enable children to create interactive and personalized learning experiences. Apparently, we can expect more innovation and quality in simple and attractive products. So, without spoiling too much, watch the video to see “the future.”
Photo & Video courtesy of Fisher-Price via Youtube
Fisher-Price has started prototyping tech-enabled products like these, which are set to release as early as 2017.
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