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#techtuesday: Edible robotics, Nintendo's cardboard creations, robot swans and other stories

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Nintendo Labo makes paying £50 for cardboard seem like a good idea

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Nintendo is aiming to introduce children to the world of coding and engineering with its latest deceptively ambitious product, Nintendo Labo. Designed to be used with the Nintendo Switch console and its accompanying Joy-Con controllers, the kit comprises a set of modular cardboard sheets that can be built into a number of interactive controllers. The DIY cardboard accessory kits act as blueprints from which players can build everything from houses to motorbikes, and they become progressively more

 

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