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Curioo launches traditional wooden toys with AR technology

Pixei Alphabet range helps pre-schoolers learn alphabet with interactive augmented reality technology.
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West-midlands based toy company, Curioo has revealed its latest range of educational pre-school products, mixing traditional wooden toys with augmented reality technology.

The Pixei Alphabet range includes sets of wooden alphabet blocks, wooden alphabet cards and wooden books, each featuring the latest in interactive technology.

The educational toys are designed to help children visualise, play and learn the alphabet by scanning each block's unique marker with a webcam, smartphone or tablet to produce a 3D image.

Each wooden block in the Pixei range is FSC approved rubber wood.

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