Gaming and craft meet
Nintendo’s Switch isn’t Windows-based (boo!) but it’s pushing interactive boundaries that could easily cross over to the PC world. The latest innovation is Labo, a host of experimental cardboard controllers you construct yourself. Slot in one of the Switch’s controllers, and you can use your cardboard keyboard to make real music, interact with games using a pulpy robot suit, or even create your own controller using the stickers included with the pack.
Play it Build your own keyboard, then customise it – the perfect outlet for creative kids.
Drive it Cardboard controllers can interact with games too, like this motorbike handlebar.
Move it Using the Switch controllers’ vibration motors, you can even make rudimentary robots.