At this year’s CES in Las Vegas, NEOBEAR is debuting MAGNEO, an AR intelligent device developed for children, allowing them to better understand the world and greatly broaden their imagination. Recognized with a CES 2017 Innovation Award, children can use it and special AR cards to learn math, writing, and more.

NEOBEAR is a Shanghai-based startup that has successfully penetrated AR education scene in China, selling over a million AR card sets during the 2015 Chinese New Year.

Together with its augmented reality technology, MAGNEO features a built-in high-definition camera allowing the user to capture images of MAGNEO-related products, as well as some natural objects, and then overlay rich media on top of them. It also includes a dedicated operating system, which contains functions including one-key call and parenting assistance.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com