LOS ANGELES, Jan. 6, 2012 /CNW/ - Rullingnet Corporation, home to VINCI Early Learning Systems, will demonstrate its latest innovation, VINCI dBlock, at the MommyTech Summit during the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
VINCI's latest learning system, VINCI dBlock, offers young children a new way to leverage technology to expand from individual play to social play with friends and family.
Users have the option of using VINCI dBlock alone or in groups. For individual play, VINCI dBlock is designed to provide a learning experience akin to a VINCI Tab, the first of VINCI Learning Systems with a 7" touch screen. When played in a group, VINCI dBlock offers a social learning experience in various activities, such as playing tea parties, solving puzzles, learning sequences and much more.
VINCI dBlock features a 3.5" touch screen, Android OS, 3D animation technology and employs the same safety and quality standards as VINCI Tab. VINCI dBlock includes WiFi for social play.
"Technology is meant to improve life," said Dr. Dan Yang, Creator of VINCI. "Today's children live in a technology driven and interconnected world. Social intelligence is a critical component for future success. As such, VINCI leverages technology to make the social learning fun and engaging."
At CES 2012, Rullingnet will showcase its latest innovation including systems and learning apps designed to assist parents in preparing their children to meet a world of challenges.
WHERE: CES, Booth #3409
WHEN: January 10 - 13, 2012
About VINCI: Created by a mom and designed exclusively for toddlers and preschoolers, VINCI is a new category of touch screen-based early learning systems. VINCI converges developmental science and cutting edge technology to offer safe, fun and inspirational learning, guided by realistic and age appropriate VINCI Early Learning Objectives.
For further information:
Kamar Shah, Chief Marketing Officer