Can computers actually paint? Of course not! But then how do the colourful images get on the screen? Cody and Pixi know the answer: the twins show children what pixels are and how a code can be used to create a large image from individual colour information. On the screen or in the arranging frame – the principle is the same! In three arranging games that build on one another,
children learn the basics of digital image construction and unravel the corresponding codes. Can the players recognize images in pixelated form as well and crack the binary codes? The aim of the game is to decode the information and place the colour tiles in the right place!
Contents: 1299 pieces
232 large pixel building blocks, 1045 small pixel building blocks, 1 arranging frame, 20 template cards, 1 set of instructions. Material: real wood, plywood, paper. Dimensions: arranging frame: 22,5 x 30 x 1,2 cm.
• basics of digital image construction and codes
• concentration and logical thinking, fine motor skills
£117.98 ex VAT
Environmentally friendly and made using renewable and biologically degradable raw materials.
Durable and warranted against manufacturer defects for up to 10 years to the original purchaser.
Made to order and offers many possibilities for customisation to suit any space and requirement.
We select our raw materials very carefully and only use the highest quality beech and birch veneers.
Felt glides collect dirt over time, and this can damage the floor. We recommend regular replacement and use on harder floors.
Plastic glides are more suited for carpets. For linoleum or wood floors, we recommend enhanced plastic glides.
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