Leap Frog the company behind the Children’s educational entertainment, announce the LeapTV, a web site friv gaming console for 3-8 old children. The controlled of this LeapTV is specially designed for child like hand.
It have standard configuration and works just like a normal controller, but you can morph the controller to Wii Remote-like pointer for other games. It have a motion-sensing camera similar to Microsoft’s Kinect technology. The LeapTV will be available this year with 100 games and videos in its ”Learning Library” developed for children.
Dr. Jody Sherman LeVos the director of LeapFrog said that she was shocked when she knew that lack of video game content with a ratin that deems it appropriate for children under the age of six.LeapFrog designers worked very hard to create the LeapTV and make it on the top on console for children. Not only does the LeapTV aim to serve as an education tool for children, but it also hopes to help them stay active through its motion-based activities. As we already know it will have motion-sensing camera, there are 3 mode and motion-sensing camera is one mode which will allow you to use the motion-sensing camera to capture the child’s moves.
Children can wave their arms to defend goals, karate-chop blocks, or participate in a virtual scuba-diving trip. The second mode of play is Pointer Play, which allows children to use the controller to virtually slice through coconuts, swing from building to building, or snap jungle vines. Third, Classic Control mode lets children use the controller as a standard input, using A and B buttons to play various games.
The controller can also recognize when it is being shaken or tilted. Buy the LeapTV for your child this holiday for $150, you will be able to buy game cartridges starting from $30 and try the apps too which cost $5.The system have 16gb of memory and also have built-in Wi-Fi; you’ll also find an HDMI cable and a wrist strap for the controller in the box.