Avakai Twins

Avakai Twins

Vai Kai

vaikai.com

Suitable for: 4 - 8

The Avakai Twins are interactive wooden dolls that inspire nurturing play and emotional connection. The Avakai are connected to each other wirelessly through Bluetooth. Anything one doll experiences, is sent to another doll – the laughter when it’s swinging, anger when it’s shaken or a kiss when the two dolls meet. The most moving feature is the haptic heartbeat that increases as the dolls approach each other. The free mobile app keeps the Avakai Twins connected even across the world.

Vai Kai is a Berlin-based startup, building unique connected experiences for kids between 4 and 8. Living toys that connect families across the globe, inspire the emotional play which is essential in the early years development. The team includes tangible interaction inventors, former founding team members of SoundCloud and Toca Boca. Customers from 25 countries already pre-ordered the first toys and will receive them in 2016.

Product Design by Justyna Zubrycka, CDO & Co-Founder of Vai Kai

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