AN iPad case that doubles as a teething toy? Yes, such a product exists. It’s known as the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Apptivity Case (also available for iPods and iPhones) and it sells for $35.
In a Fisher-Price lab, employees observe children at play to come up with concepts for new products — including toys that incorporate apps on iPads and iPhones.
It’s well known that children are quick to learn new technology. But 6-month-olds? How did the idea arise for a toy that allows its user to gnaw on its brightly colored handles and drool on its protective screen, while also manipulating apps for counting and singing?
At Fisher-Price, such products result from a process known as spelunking ...
Via Carisa Kluver