An exhibition of children's books using innovative technologies developed by Russian companies has opened in the State Duma.
Each printed book comes with a free electronic application with which you can "bring" cartoon characters to life. Due to 3D animation Barboskiny, Fixiki and other characters talk and move in space, and the child learns to read, count and develops fine motor skills with them.
“Innovative technologies allow children not only to develop children's attention, imagination, ear for music, to read or paint, but to see everything they drew in a three-dimensional image. Children study well when they are motivated, and motivated when they are interested,”said Vyacheslav Nikonov, Chairman of the Education and Science Committee, opening an exhibition of educational books using new technologies.
As the head of Laboratory 24 (Tula), which developed electronic applications for educational books, Vitaly Averyanov, noted, these publications allow you to quickly visualize complex information and motivate young users to complete rather complex tasks. “After the child has carefully painted the picture, the object answered him, you can play with it,” Averyanov explained how innovative technologies work. According to the head of the development company, starting next year, these technologies will revolutionize the approach to education.
Today, Russian developments used in educational books are used in 36 countries.