RFID & Toys Archive

From GS1.org: “Just like the internet did years ago, RFID-Technology is set to revolutionise people’s life and work these days. Consumers will benefit from better and safer products and services. GS1 EPCglobal has designed this website for you – to find out more about a fascinating technology.” The Discover RFID site has also been established […]

From Goliath Knowledge on Demand: “Little Tikes has applied its Intelli-Tikes technology to its new MagiCook Kitchen. Low-wave radio frequency technology (RFID) permits MagiCook Kitchen to recognize the items placed on the stove and respond to kids with food-specific voice comments and other realistic sounds. Even if kids mix unusual food combinations, the kitchen will […]

” The toy speaks 150 different phrases and responds when it’s shaken hands, hugged, petted, etc. But it can also get sick. While playing, Naoru-kun starts coughing and sneezing. According to symptoms, kids must use one of the items including “syringe,” “candy” and “medicine.” The doll reads RFID tags embedded in these items and responds […]