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Attocube is planning to enter the Brazilian Edu-tech market as a company participating in Bucheon Cluster G-START program run by Gyeonggi Content Agency.
SEONGNAM, KOREA, January 29, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Attocube is planning to enter the Brazilian Edu-tech market as a company participating in Bucheon Cluster G-START program run by Gyeonggi Content Agency.
Attocube is made up of 9 sets of wooden blocks, and there are 10 kinds in total. With a set of 9 wooden blocks, children can implement 2.3 billion images including Korean letters, alphabets and numbers. It helps children to develop their imagination and creativity. Additionally, by creating and expressing various images, it helps in coding thinking. By not locking into a frame, this play tool is easy to attract children's interest and contributes to a new play culture.
Unlike other products, it is safe to put in mouth with environmentally friendly wood blocks. It also has the advantage of being highly expandable by connecting to mobile devices. The pattern of the cube can be read by using the camera of the smartphone or the tablet PC. Through workbooks that are provided by mobile applications, video contents, and book curriculums, children can experience various contents and apply them to a cube play.
An authority of Attocube said, "The contents provided by Attocube were completed with feedback from thousands of children and teachers involved in the business, chiefs, and parents. Verified contents are our competitiveness." He added, "Our goal is to lead the new Edu-tech market that combines IT and analogue products." "We want to effectively provide contents that can deliver educational value to children through products that are not just toys or educational tools but that incorporate the latest technology and analogue," he said.
Attocube is a company that creates new education and play culture for children by applying IT technology and provides services to kindergartens and day care centers. They also provide classes in culture centers of Hyundai, Lotte, and NC department stores. Attocube have signed an MOU with the Korea Kindergarten Association for content provision, and entering into service contracts with China, Brazil and other overseas countries. Currently, in Brazil there is a boom in Edu-tech market, so Attocube's entering in Brazil market is expected to generate positive results.
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