Inspired by the work of Munari, Montessori and my mum and stimulated by my personal interest in building novel tangible interactions and by children in general, I decided to go on with building few pages, after the electronic pop-up piano, to complete a little book which I gave as a birthday present to my 6 years old niece Matilde.
It’s powered by 2 Arduinos Diecimila, one that controls the paper Pop-up Piano and the other is for controlling the Arts and Science Page while the Math page runs autonomously with 2 3V cell batteries.
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