Inspired by the global maker movement, Kids Hack Day is an open-source event thats aims
to provide children and their parents a space for self-directed learning and creative expression.
As we want to streighten the gap between education and technology, we believe this is best done outside of traditional schools.
By providing spaces to explore the horizons of emerging technologies, science, media, art, emotional/social intelligence, and PLAY.
I am part of the Global Core Team and will now bring the event to Brasil.
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The first prototype is an interactive brand and toy, based on the Rubik's Cube.
The brand evolves from there to a more practical style, for everyday use.