CES 2015: 10­-minute pitch -­ Wonder Workshop's Dot and Dash robots teach kids how to code

They're like a modern­day Bigtrak... that can play the xylophone

Last week, Stuff ran a series of interviews and product pitches on the International News Stage at CES 2015, the biggest and craziest technology show in the world.

We invited Wonder Workshop's Vikas Gupta to our stage at CES to give us the lowdown on Dot and Dash -­ app­-controlled robots that you can build on with Lego, and with a little simple coding, teach to play the xylophone.

The idea is to make getting into coding fun. Will it work? You be the judge by­ watching the video below...

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