3.14 (CEO, Chae Deok Byung) took part in the 'CES 2017' held in Las Vegas, the United States from January 5th to January 8th as Daegu Common Facility of the Mobile Convergence Center of Daegu Technopark and showed a paper toy for coding training, 'Kimi Bot.'
3.14 exhibited 'Kimi Bot' that is a robot to learn software targeting from elementary school students to first and second-year students of middle school. This robot is different from other educational robots. This is a paper toy, so students can make it by themselves. This is so fascinating to them because they can directly move the self-created robot.
Also, they can easily learn the notion of coding as well as a basic computer operating system. Even more than that, it is very effective to develop creativity of them. They will order in a coding mode to move the robot by a smart device.
The development executive director of 3.14, Moon Ki Seok, said, "We met a lot of buyers and accepted their requirements in this CES. We actually participated in this show to enter the global market like America."
The Daegu Technopark and Smart Venture Institute and Smart Drone Technology Center of Kyungpook National University opened 'CES Daegu Common Facility' and supported the exhibition operation of 22 domestic enterprises and business meeting with a buyer.
CES (Consumer Technology Show), which is the world's largest IT consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow, is a good opportunity to figure out the flow of the global electronic industry at a glance and is held on every January by CTA (Consumer Technology Association).
Aving News Korea, which have reported issues of CES, MWC, and IFA as the world' three major technology exhibitions the most for the last 10 years, will send a special group of reporters to CES, report main issues of the markets, and introduce Korean enterprises all over the world this year.
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