Midori Releases YooDoo For Kids
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Midori has announced the release of a new children’s software called YooDoo, which combines two inventive activities that encourage kids to explore their creative sides.
The first activity is called, "YooGlow," where the child is equipped with colorful bulbs that can be placed on an on-screen board. With this board as his/her canvas, the artist within can arrange bulbs to create pictures, patterns, words and anything a child can imagine.
The second activity helps perfect the computer skill, "Drag ‘N Drop" while stimulating the child’s imagination as they drag and drop eyes, noses, mouths and facial hair on a monster of their choice. Eight monster backgrounds are available to build the scariest, silliest monsters thinkable. The custom produced monsters can then be printed out by the child to keep a memory of its creation.
YooDoo is a downloadable software costs 15 Euros (approximately $19). A free demo version is available with a limited 30 minutes of use.
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