- No Man’s Sky:
The game is about traveling around the massive universe, exploring galaxies and solar system and its 18 quintillion planets i.e. there will be around 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 individual planets in the game. The universe is so huge that you will never out into another new player as there are 2.6 million planets for each person Earth.
- Google’s Tilt Brush:
Google’s Tilt Brush costs $29.99. It helps the user to paint in 3D with the help of HTC Vive virtual reality handset and controllers. It includes some features that you can never find in the world of art such as painting with snow, fire, and starlight. Once your work is created, you can also share it as a small animated GIF or full-scale VR experience. It also has further application apart from being a toy. The area can change to any field of design, for example, it can use by fashion designers for designing the 3D full clothing line and paint with different materials like denim, silk and so on without the cut pieces.
- Meccano MeccaNoid G15 Personal Robot:
It is the programmable robot that can be built by you. This robot has 600 plus piece and has six motors that move arms, hand and the wheels on its feet. It also has voice recognition technology so you can command it and it will follow like give a high five, shake hands and walk hand in hand with you. One of the features found in the Meccanoid app is Motion Capture. You can activate this feature on the smart device and place the device in the chest of the robot. On installation, it will copy your movements.
It comes from Hoverboard technologies. But this board does not levitate rather it has a wheel in the middle of a skateboard just like a deck and like Segways uses gyroscope technology to maintain its balance. It can travel 15 miles per charge and goes 20 MPH. It takes about an hour to charge and 12 min with a supercharger.
It is board game released by toymaker Mattel named Mindflex, controlled by EEG (electroencephalography) technology that measures brainwaves. To play this game, you have to wear a headband, developed by Neurosky. The headband by the level of concentration powers a fan that further moves a StyroFoam ball along a track. Few games are available for one or two player which includes moving a ball through an obstacle, a duel, etc.
It is a small programmable robot that helps to teach the basics of computer and robotics. It has two wheels which are preprogrammed with behaviors that make it act differently. This also has settings like friendly, explorer and fearful. It also consists of ads –on that convert Thymio to a helicopter and can be programmed to fly.
It is the app-enabled robotic ball. Using a smart device you can control the hard plastic ball, this also includes underwater and going off the road. It also has many games and apps which include a version of Hot Potato, an obstacle course, and games such as exile that use the ball as an arcade joystick.
- Cognitions Dino:
It is plastic dinosaurs that use Elemental Path’s Friendgine and IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence technology that helps it to adapt and learn. It has Wi-Fi which evolves it on a cloud-based system based on what it hears from a child and adapts itself to their ages and educational ability.
It is games whose object is to stack all the different shaped blocks just like Tetris piece on the top of each other on floating platform. The game is difficult and not last more than 5 minutes.
- Kinetic sand:
It is an innovative and molding toy which works like a magnet when touches the other ounce of kinetic sand. It is a very unusual material that has 98 % pure sand 2 % polydimethylsiloxane which is a silicon oil. This unusual blend makes the sand easy to mold like damp sand.