Fisher-Price Splatster Debuts At Toy Fair 2009

Posted: Feb 15 2009, 5:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:03pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
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Fisher-Price unveiled a cool new interactive TV connected toy dubbed Splatster at the Toy Fair 2009 in New York.
The Splatster lets kids paint with a virtual pen. The Splatster console offers three modes to play. In the first mode kids get to choose to paint with unique brushes in 8 different virtual worlds. The brushes include spaghetti or whipped cream. The 2nd mode lets kids paint colorful works of art that also can be saved on Splatster or printed.
The 3rd mode offers arcade style painting games.
As far as I can see Splatster users a camera to track the movements of the kids in front of the TV. I assume there is also a motion sensor in the paint brush controller as well.
Splatster will go on sale in July for $54.99.

See also the new Mattel Mindflex, Dora Links Doll and Elmo Tickle Hands.

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