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Technology continues to amaze me and I often wonder, what technology will be like in 30 years when I am my parents age. Yikes! My parents and especially my grandparents are so overwhelmed with all the gadgets and electronics available today. My parents are starting to come around, they finally upgraded from the flip phones! ha. I was recently contacted by HP to try out their new HP Intel Envy notebook. Being a blogger, I have been presented with quite a few cool opportunities and this happens to be one of them. Do you know this computer actually lets you use hand gestures to play games, scroll through recipes or simply have fun being creative? It’s amazing! You can either touch the screen to navigate or simply use the control pad/key board. My son found this computer so much fun to play games and especially interact with the RealSense kids applications.
Kids are so adaptive to touch screen technology. It’s amazing how quickly they catch on. With a simple touch to the screen or click, you are on your way to find thousands of kids game apps.
Easy as 1, 2, 3.
The going fishing app was a big hit.
The Madagascar app with RealSense technology was by far, my son’s favorite.
What this 30 second clip of my son playing Madagascar using his hands and motion to play the game.
Isn’t that fun! I actually tried out the kids apps myself using hand and gesture control and found it super cool. I will be back next week to share my turn using gesture control while cooking!
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