Luca & Friends is a one-of-a-kind learning app that connects primary school-aged children to education, fitness, and healthier habits through AI technology. Loved by kids and parents worldwide, the app is quick and innovative, with top-level coordination of the essential e-learning sessions, resulting in high-quality, effective, and timely training. With our concept of Move, Learn, and Play, kids are encouraged to move with every game, helping them be more active while having plenty of fun and learning more about everything from animals to sports and the alphabet to seasons.
The game-based Luca & Friends app uses artificial intelligence and computer vision to integrate education and fitness, challenging kids to answer quiz questions using basic movements such as stretching or jumping.
App gets kids moving with fun, immersive educational games covering topics in English and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
The Luca & Friends story centers on a "galaxy far, far away" where Prince Luca and his alien friends Pumkey, Digby, and Mighty Coca, embark on a mission to save Earth from hate, fighting and hurt. The characters then appear in the app to connect kids to the exciting worlds of learning and movement.
App gets kids moving with fun, immersive educational games covering topics in
English and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
A newly launched app uses artificial intelligence and educational games to get kids exercising.
Luca & Friends is an educational app for kids that combines fitness and learning into one unique platform. The educational tool uses AI technology to create a fun and immersive experience for kids. Users can engage in various educational topics, including English, science, technology, engineering, and math.
App gets kids moving with fun, immersive educational games covering topics in English and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
“In an age where kids are spending more and more time in front of their screens, we have created a way to make that time more educational and active”
The World Health Organization recommends 60 minutes of exercise daily, yet 76% of American kids are falling short of that goal.