Tuesday, 2 February 2016


Tech students develop softwear for children

This morning's issue of the Hungarian newspaper Magyar Idők reports that, in collaboration with PAF, web-design students at Budapest Technical University are developing touch-screen teaching materials for children to be marketed under the brand name of 'Pető'. Renewable copyright fees are envisaged:

Brief item on Duna TV

Interviews with conductors Szilvia Mátrai and Koronkai Zoltánné, along with Virág Balász, Manager of the Taneszköz Webshop, and PAF Chancellor Máté Mihály speaks:

Further information?

Colour-recognition and spacial-orientation softwear are on sale now –
'According to the principles of Pető! Developed by experts from the András Pető College'

Nothing yet about this proposed worldwide initiative other than in Hungarian.

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