Everything is amazing
Image via ScienceKid. Thanks for sharing!
We couldn’t be more thrilled with the response to The Everything Machine. It’s a Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice and an App Store Editors’ Choice! Best of all: y’all are building some pretty incredible machines.
In our newest app, kids use a visual programming language to make their own machines. They can build something as simple as a light switch…or something to catch the monster that’s been eating all the ice cream.
Here are some of the machines kids (and yes, some adults too) have made with The Everything Machine:
- At Cool Mom Tech, Julie’s 10-year-old daughter made a a meowing face-recognizer.
- We’re completely amazed by ScienceKid’s invention.
- Our friends at Fatherly are trying to figure out how to turn off an underwear drawer rick-roller.
- Roza animated her own drawing!
- John at Fast Company made a you-smell-like-farts alert. (His wife is not amused.)
- Traque made a two-digit binary addition machine, while Andrew made a one-bit adder, and Soroush made a four-digit binary adder.
- Joy made a say-cheese-selfie app and um Zé invented his own face alert.
- Andrew made a kaleidoscope that’s ready for dance parties!
We’d love to hear about your machines, and your wishes and suggestions for the app. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post a video or note and tag it @tinybop or #tinybop.