Indian street kids are putting out their own newspaper to raise awareness of the injustices they face every day.
Balaknama means "the voice of the children" and it really is - some of the reporters are as young as seven, while the editor is only 16.
Children who live and work on the streets are a common sight across India. They might look happy, but most have a horrific story to tell.
In 140 government-run primary and upper primary UP schools, teachers are instructed to click selfie with students and day’s newspaper. They then share it on a WhatsApp group called attendance with selfie.
‘Doraemon’ is a popular manga and anime involving a robotic cat who travels back in time to help a young boy. Among Doraemon’s many tricks from the future is the ‘Anywhere Door’ which can be opened to transport people… well, anywhere. A VR take on this idea uses simple props to make a unique VR experience.
Bandai Namco’s ‘Project i Can‘ has made the Anywhere Door a (virtual) reality using the HTC Vive, Leap Motion, and a few simple props tracked with attached Vive controllers. The result is a compelling experience that turns the ordinary into the extraordinary. In the video heading this article you can get a glimpse of the Doraemon Anywhere Door experience which saw recent installations in out-of-home VR locations in Japan.
KIDOGOS, a Premier Kids Festival has been running successfully for the last 3 editions in the heart of Mumbai, India.
A festival where children get to experience an environment which inspires as much as its teaches, to be awed by something that can take their breath away. Through the setup, the real life characters Kidogos create a space that allows them to be transported to another world. A wonder world. A festival where children's can have fun, be inspired and ignite their creative sides.
Event - "KIDOGOS" - THE KIDS FESTIVAL 2017
TG - 4 to 14 Years
Dates - 19-20-21st May 2017
Venue - Courtyard of High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel, Mumbai
Entry - Free Entry | 12PM - 10PM
For most of us, our obsession with cars began with that $2 model car from the local supermarket. More often than not, it was a Matchbox or Hot Wheels item. After all, you risked being ostracised by your friends if you went anywhere near anythin
Hasbro Studios has been recognised by the 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards show, with a nomination for Best Original Song for the theme song from movie special, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree.
Legend of Everfree is the third instalment of the brand’s popular spin-off series. The nomination continues a stellar track record of success for Hasbro at the Daytime Emmy’s. In the past five years, Hasbro Studios’ produced TV series has won six awards and received 27 nominations.
Daniel Ingram, the lyricist and composer behind Legend of Everfree, also received a nomination last year in the same category for his original song featured in season six of Discovery Family’s My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
"As coding begins to seep into digital technologies curriculums across Australian schools, this transition can at times be seen to equate with raising a classroom of coders.
Craig Smith, Deputy Principal of the Aspect Hunter's School for children on the Autism spectrum, wants us to take a few steps back.
"Rather than thinking every kid will end up being an app developer one day, we're seeing it from the perspective that there are fundamental ways of addressing independent life skills and ways of thinking that coding is able to uniquely tap into," Smith told The Huffington Post Australia."