Meet Remii - a voice enabled toy to boost children's imaginations. Through amazing soundscapes and fun activities, Remii takes children on imaginary journeys, where they can create, explore and learn.

We believe some of the most important skills for the future are the ability to imagine, stay curious and be creative.

 

We’ve partnered with Impossible, an inspiring design studio, to create Remii, a toy for interactive storytelling that uses voice and sound to boost imagination and to encourage more family time.

Remii is an imagination friend: a companion that guides children through activities designed to stimulate their innate sense of imagination and wonder – encouraging them to follow their curiosity to develop new skills and new ways of thinking.

Currently, Remii is a prototype, created and tested with children, and it’s ready to go into production. That’s where you, our community, come in – we need your help to bring Remii into your homes. Remii will be launching on Kickstarter soon, when we’ll be able to tell you more about this exciting new product.

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How does Remii work?

 

Combining spectacular soundscapes, hands-on activities and storytelling, Remii invites children on imaginary journeys to places they dream to go to: fly to Space, walk on a Rainbow, descend into the Centre of the Earth… Everything is possible with the power of imagination!

Remii is voice enabled, and no, there are no screens.

See Remii in action with this video!

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