Nottingham siblings could help children build computers around the world

Nottingham siblings could help children build computers around the world
 

New kit developed in Nottingham that helps children to build their own computers and learn how to code video games will be showcased at the UK's largest innovation show.
The PlayChimp game computer, the invention of brother and sister team Paul and Tina Bilan, has been designed as a miniature 1980s arcade game machine that can be built and developed by children aged seven and above.
PlayChimp Limited, based at the University of Nottingham's Innovation Park site, in Triumph Road, was one of 100 companies nationwide to be selected to showcase its product at Innovate 2016 to more than 2,500... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 24
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