PRESS

IN THE NEWS


 23 November 2017

MY TOY FAIR BLOG – AUGMENTIFYIT®️

Welcome to the BTHA’s first ever Toy Fair blog! There are just three months to go until Toy Fair, the largest toy, game and hobby trade show in the UK….


1 November 2017

Touching Base TOY FAIR

Toy World magazine spoke to exhibitors in the Greenhouse area of Toy Fair, to find out what visitors can expect from their stands and how they see their business developing over the next few years.


                       1 November 2017

          EdTech Peapodicity Win Best Science Toy 2017 with                             AugmentifyIt AR Space Cards Quiz Game 

                     These cards are fun and educational, suitable for the family and have come just in time for                               Christmas.

 


31 October 2017

British-American Business Council Profiles & Insights FEATURE: Peapodicity

Peapodicity, Award-Winning Transatlantic Company has BABC at the top of their list – and vice versa!


4 October 2017

Santa take note! The must-have toys for 2017 revealed!

 

BEST SCIENCE TOY 

AugmentifyIt AR Space Cards Quiz Game

Price: £9.99

Age: 3+

A simple but endearing set of quiz cards about planets and space that – thrillingly – can be enhanced by downloading a free app and holding it over the pics on the cards to bring the planets, stars and black holes to augmented-reality life. 

You definitely don’t need to be a complete space nerd to enjoy it (but you might be one afterwards).


4 October 2017

10 Of The Best Science Toys

Girls and boys are natural scientists: they experiment and explore and test and repeat and (mostly!) learn from experience. So toys with a science are pretty much always a hit. And, from slimey chemistry experiment sets to augmented reality games that bring space to life, there’s plenty of great science-y entertainment for all ages from toddler to teen. Here are the best science toys, as tested by children…

1. AugmentifyIt AR Space Cards Quiz Game, £9.99

GOLD winner, Best Science Toy, 2017 MadeForMums Toy Awards 


4 October 2017

MadeForMums Toy Awards 2017: Winners Announced

Our child judges, ably assisted by (almost equally excitable) grown-ups, have thoroughly tested a MOUNTAIN of toys and now we’re ready to reveal the winners of the MadeForMums Toy Awards 2017…


10 May 2017

Technori Live – The Tweet that Launched a Company

Ahrani Logan and Brett Haase, CoFounders of Peapodicity, join Scott Kitun of Technori Live on WGN Chicago to talk about the tweet that launched Peapodicity and the new Augmented Reality (AR) Educational Brand, AugmentifyIt®

 


15 March 2017

BBC Family & Education News – Facebook Live

Ahrani Logan, CEO of Peapodicity, and fellow STEM Ambassador, Ana Gallego, join BBC Family & Education News on Facebook Live for British Science Week to provide advice to parents about getting children, especially girls, into science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)

 


3 April 2016

Meet the Member: The Company Inspiring Children to Get Excited About Science

TV producer and entrepreneur Ahrani Logan has worked on high profile shows including Trust Me, I’m A Doctor and the BBC’s Time season. With her partner, Brett, she launched Peapodicity, an education technology studio which embraces new technologies to create innovative original content and brands

 


24 March 2016

Local Startup Peapodicity Win Prestigious App Award

ChiswickBuzzLogo_SmallLocal businesswoman, Ahrani Logan and her partner Brett have started a brand new Tech Start Up called Peapodicity to help encourage children to get into science and technology via a new app from the age of 7

 


22 March 2016

University of Leeds – Alumni News: Award Winning App

University of LeedsAhrani Logan (Biochemistry-Genetics 1994) and her company, Edtech startup Peapodicity have won University College London’s (UCL) Rosalind Franklin Appathon

 


7 March 2016

Academia develops technology to boost entrepreneurial talents

The first challenge, open to women and men, was to develop Financial Times of Londonmobile apps to encourage women in these subjects. The winners were Ahrani Logan and Brett Haase, who developed a gaming app for boys and girls designed to challenge cultural stereotypes