April 2015

Code for Kids

The R20 is back, in this session we will have an update on technology and devices dedicated to kids.

​Let’s start from one of the most interesting technology event of the year, the Toy Fair in NYC. You can check the biggest news in The Verge’s report and have a look at 1.5M subscribers YouTube channel of EvanTube, the most influential toy expert on the web.

Robots are everywhere! You know, kids learn by doing and experiencing technology, so meet Cognitoys, 3D printed and IA equipped, programmable robots Hackaball and Codie, nabi’s tablets family, Lego’s WeDO and MIT’s Dragonbot.

Want more? Kids can learn a lot about coding by playing with small electronics, as Quirkbot and the awesome projects of Technology Will Save Us, plus new materials like Plastimake: let them create pretty much everything.

Are you more interested in code? Experiment with Blockly or if you prefer to start by the basics try Photomath. Wondering to have it when you were at school? You’re not alone! :)

Do you remember the first R20 Break? There we announced the Code for Kids initiative, where kids can experience technology and get their superpowers. Take a look at our Facebook page to learn more about the past and future events in European schools and follow us on Twitter. Do you like the PowerLab? There kids meet last generation technology, as the HP Sprout and the fantastic littleBits.

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Inspirational sources

How to keep you up to date with new ideas and products?
How to constantly feed your brain with new inspirational resources?
That’s the R20 mission, and because we heard you like it, we dedicate this edition to new ideas sources.

Are you ready? Let’s go!

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Life in 3D

And we’re back, Reply’s official trending tech news review is ready with its 20 links to guide you in one of the most exciting outlook: a mixed vision of augmented and virtual reality, where physical and digital are mixed, the Life in 3D.

Let’s start!

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Future of Automotive

Welcome to 2015, pioneers! We’re ready for a brand new year, full of new innovative challenges and disruptive techonologies.

Follow us in this first 2015 edition of R20 tech review, this time dedicated to automotive and transportation.

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