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Cypher Kids Club Wild Animal Adventures 3D Interactive Cards: A Fun And Informative App For Children

Have you ever wanted to go on a wild animal safari? We do since we love to travel, but unfortunately don’t see it happening anytime in the near future.  I recently discovered however, a way that we can do so from the comfort of our own home! How, you ask? Via the Cypher Kids Club Wild Animal Adventures 3D Interactive cards.

These 3D interactive cards are absolutely amazing.  Using them, you and your child will be able to enjoy entertaining and interactive experiences with this fun yet educational app without the help of 3D glasses. The cards work with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.  The way it works is, you simply hold the card’s 3D marker to the camera on your device and voila, you and your child can experience the thrill of being part of this wonderful 3D experience.

I had the privilege of experiencing this wonderful technology a few months ago.  I along with a great group of bloggers and social media professionals received a live, in-person demo at the company’s offices.

Viewing a live demo of the Cypher Kids Club interactive 3D cards

We were all wowed by the magic of augmented reality and couldn’t wait to get our hands on the actual product.

When I heard that the product was now in stores, I rushed out to my local Target store to purchase it.

The interactive cards at Target in the aisle with Apple products

There are three different versions available, numbers, letters and wild animals.  I chose the wild animals version because Z.E.N. loves animals.

i3D Wild Animal Adventures packaging

The product comes with 18 3D interactive learning cards.  To get started, I downloaded the Wild Animal Adventures app from the App Store and installed the app on my iPhone.  Then we tested it out.  I fired up the app and Z.E.N. placed one of the interactive cards in front of the phone’s camera.  Look at how it looks!  Doesn’t it look like the parrot is perched on his finger?

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Cypher kids club interactive parrot card

These interactive cards will allow your children to access to a fun educational adventure by merging visual story telling with audible information. Children can interact with the animated characters by rotating their Live 3D card. Each card offers real-life animal sounds, fun facts and tidbits about the particular animal they are viewing . The cards also show where each animal lives and what it eats.

You can also take snapshots with the animals.  Z.E.N. had fun with this feature as you can see in the photos below.

Z.E.N. immersing himself into the app via the cypher snapshots option

Z.E.N. and I really enjoyed this product, and I think you will too! So bring out the Cypher cards and let a whole new way of learning begin!

For more photos of my shopping adventure and of the product, please check out my Google + photo album.

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Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Cypher Kids Club #CBias #SocialFabric #CypherKidsClub.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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Diane Nassy

Diane is a New Jersey-based writer and blogger. She is a wife and the mom of a 9-year-old little boy. Through her blog, she wants to inspire moms to find Zen in their lives while offering practical tips and other valuable information to help families deal with everyday issues. Check out Diane's Google+ profile "

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