Bitsbox is a learning platform for kids to create different types of apps through coding
Scott Lininger, left, and Aidan Chopra jointly founded Bitsbox, a program to train kids among the ages of six and 12 for making apps through coding on real devices. Bitsbox contains code projects for kids in every month.
The cost for individual kits will be $40 U.S., if the kids like to subscribe annually, they have to pay $30-a-month fee.
The online environment is free, but the kids have to pay for contents which include all new apps, trading cards, a little toy that relates to the theme, stickers, tattoos etc.
Maximum apps are related to games which can be installed and run through the computer as well as with the help of a QR code scanner, on a tablet or smartphone.
Already 3,000 of Bitsbox products are pre-ordered through Kickstarter, for a total of $253,696 U.S.
The first Bitsbox kits will be delivered through the mail to 44 countries at the end of April together with almost 100 households in Canada.