Three of Landor Mumbai’s youngest and brightest brought home the top prize at Kyoorius Young Blood Awards, India’s most prestigious creative competition that aims to identify, nurture and celebrate tomorrow’s creative superstars who are 28 years or younger.
By Lulu Raghavan
Like every harried parent who has to deal with restless kids in a restaurant, I succumb to the only available magical solution, the iPad. While its amazing kid-quieting capabilities continue to amaze me, my selfish motive continues to disturb me. Shouldn’t they be playing real games with real toys like I used to? Obviously, the founders of Tangible Play felt the same. They created Osmo, an amazing combination of iPad delight and real toys to give you a reality game rather than a virtual reality one. Osmo uses a simple plastic stand, a mirror, and some building objects but the engaging gaming experience it creates will make any parent want to kiss their feet.