Jooki hits right notes on Kickstarter

A children’s jukebox that uses toys-to-life technology to play songs, soundtracks and stories has found success on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter.

Created by Muuse Labs, Jooki surged towards its goal of €50,000 early on in its campaign and surpassed the sum when it became 107 per cent funded by August 11th.

Completing its month long run on the crowdfunding page with just under €54,000, Jooki has been billed as a ‘playful figurine based music player,’ that encourage children to engage with music by placing action figures on a port similar to Skylanders, Amiibo and LEGO Dimensions.

The WiFi connected speaker can stream music before playing it via the spill-proof and kid-safe speaker base, allowing kids to share music with each other.

Jooki will come with a range of different tokens allowing kids to listen to music and stories with their accompanying action figure characters.

Check out the Jooki project by clicking here or watch the video below:

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