“We spend the first year of a child’s life teaching it to walk and talk and the rest of its life to shut up and sit down. There’s something wrong there,” says Justin Sabo, quoting Neil deGrasse Tyson.
With regard to his startup Digital Dream Labs and the first product they are pushing, the cloudBoard, this quote hits home. In a market landscape that is already dominantly developed by children’s toys like Leapfrog and Skylanders, Digital Dream Labs is standing out.
Their flagship prodcut, the cloudBoard, takes the tablet kids have come to love, pairs it with the education they need, and packages it into engaging videogames that use puzzle pieces as input. Designed for children aged four to 12, the cloudBoard breaks traditional education gaming out of its shell.
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