Japanese company Yamaguchi Digital has created a digital multimeter that can be used to make learning more fun for children.
The company says the digital multimedia keyboard can be adjusted from one keyboard to another using a software app that uses Bluetooth to link up to 20 microphones, including the microphone of the child, and a microphone attached to a digital camera, allowing them to learn with their parents.
The keyboard also has a built-in microphone for parents to listen in on their child.
The company says it is also able to transmit audio from other smartphones to the digital keyboard.
The device can be paired with smartphones to communicate with a child, as well as to listen to audio from smartphones and other connected devices.
The digital multisystem keyboard, made by Yamaguchis digital learning division, can also be used by parents to monitor their child while they learn, the company says.
It is also equipped with a Bluetooth radio, which allows the company to communicate directly with the child’s parents via Bluetooth and the internet, according to the company.
The technology can also stream music from the smartphone or computer to the multissystem keyboard.
Yamaguchins technology can make listening fun for the children, as it enables parents to control the audio, sound and image in a way that is both easy and convenient, said company founder and chief executive officer Koji Tanaka.
The team behind the project said the key for the success of the technology is that it is designed for children to learn.
The product is currently in beta testing at a number of Japanese educational institutions and schools.
It has also been tested with children in the US and UK.