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Build a Bose

04 : 07 : 2016 Generation I : Bose : BoseBUILD

Global – Audio equipment manufacturer Bose has launched a series of DIY products designed to teach children about the science of sound.

  • The first product is the £112 ($149, €134) BOSEbuild Bluetooth speaker cube for children aged 8 and above
  • BOSEbuild comes with an accompanying iOS app that shares building instructions

Bose’s latest product line, BOSEbuild, is designed to teach young children about science and technology in an interactive and creative way.

The BOSEbuild Bluetooth speaker cube enables children to build a speaker from scratch while learning about how the power supply, control panel, magnet and coil work to create sound and play music. The company believes that creativity is as important for children’s learning as education, and the speaker features customisable parts such as LED colour lights and interchangeable outer covers.

‘Learning doesn’t just happen at school,’ says Joe Titlow, head of sales and marketing at BOSEbuild. ‘That’s what is so exciting about BOSEbuild products. They’ll give kids a new way to use, share and celebrate their imagination and creativity.’

The Big Picture

For Generation I children technology forms an integral part of their learning and play experiences.

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