Beamz featured in National Geographic Kids’ Top 5 Smart Toys
In the December 2014/January 2015 Issue of National Geographic Kids, 5 Smart Toys are featured and Scottsdale’s Beamz Interactive, a leading developer of state-of-the-art interactive music products, was identified as a gadget that uses cool science to bring great experiences to kids. The technology and science used in the Beamz laser controller enables kids to immerse themselves in creative interactive music making without having a learning curve.
Back in July AZTB reported that Beamz Interactive completed a $1M dollar raise to boost sales and marketing efforts in the education and healthcare market. The company also launched their Beamz Therapy Bundle designed for therapists serving broad client populations such as pediatric, long-term care and disability day care programs & camps. This state-of-the-art music technology brings music to everyone by simply allowing users to access hundreds of sounds, instruments, vocals and music clips at one’s fingertips.
“The Beamz innovative technology makes interactive music making collaborative, kid-friendly and simple,” said Charlie Mollo, President & CEO of Beamz Interactive.
“In addition to offering a variety of genres of music and hundreds of instrumental sounds, the auto record feature to MP3 allows kids to capture their creations and share them with their family and friends. We are making big inroads to helping kids of all ages and skill levels experience music in a whole new way and with many therapeutic benefits. Our inclusion in National Geographic Kids’ Top 5 Smart Toys feature validates our focus to enrich learning, education and fun with inclusive, interactive music.”
To date, the company has invested over $18 million in products, technology and market development.
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