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Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationToys · 7 years ago

what is an interactive toy?

I am supposed to analyse the clients needs and wants.

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  • 7 years ago
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    It's a (usually electronic) toy that responds to the child's actions. One easy example is a Tickle-Me-Elmo doll--if you press its stomach, it'll respond by shaking and making laughing sounds. It doesn't necessarily have to be a doll or a vehicle; anything from laptops designed for kids to books that make sounds when you touch an attached electronic pen to a picture on a page can be classified as an interactive toy.

    In other words, any toy that has an automated response to something the kid does to it, whether it lights up, moves, or makes sounds--is an interactive toy. It shouldn't be a direct effect: e.g. a rubber duck that squeaks when squeezed probably wouldn't be called an interactive toy, but when Elmo does a two-minute dance routine if you push a button on his foot, that's an interactive toy.

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