NEW YORK - The Toy Fair is winding down at New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center. More than 100,000 new items were debuted.
USA Today's Jennifer Jolly spoke on 9NEWS Wednesday morning about what's hot and what's now. Jolly says what is standing out is the robotic revolution.
She talked about the Legos bringing back with Mindstorms EV3. The Legos create and command robots that do what you want
"These are Legos models you can build right out of the box that turn into fully stocked and programmable robots. So, you can build all these different type of robots, and you can play with them for hours and hours on your own," Jolly said.
Jolly also says you can pair the Mindstorms EV3 them with an iPhone or Android app and watch them transform with infrared technology.
Jolly says another big trend is more integration with the digital world and the real world.
There is a fingerpainting App. It's called the Drip Drops Color of the World App.
"It's a way in this digital age to get kids to get more immersed in art, color recognition and story telling," Jolly added.
The Toy Fair ends Wednesday.