Children's software

Children's software is a collection of unnamed prototypes. These were constructed as experiments, intended to be assembled into a shell which would contain instructional games and video for children ages 3-8.

The components pictured here are small standalone units. The first is a coloring program, with different pages. The second is a bouncing game. Items roll off the conveyor belt and can be bounced among the platforms by the child until the object lands on the platform of the same color.

The third is a puzzle. Many photographs of animals and interesting places are available. The fourth is a simple video player, with built in controls to change among the different films.

There is a sample shell with animated characters and music. The shell allows different software toys to be added later.

Development system: Visual Basic
Video: MPEG4
Operating system: Windows


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