With one latest trend in schooling being the encouragement for children to take up coding, tech start-up company Curious Chip has just launched a handheld 'gaming' device called Pip that aims to teach children to code their own games and apps.
The entertainment is as much in creation as it is playing. Recently fully-funded over on Kickstarter, upon Pip's final release children will now be able to truly put the world of digital creation, curiosity and fun in their hands. Enabling children to make fun games, invent their own apps as well as play retro classics (and even take control of some things around them), Pip is attempting to make the education of coding fun and easy. With the option of drag and drop programming in addition to amending real source code, ultimately the possibilities are endless.
Discover more about the gaming device at: CuriousChip.com