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With 13,000 international buyers and the equivalent of seven football fields full of exhibitor booths, Toy Fair 2015 looks and sounds like the best behaved children's party ever.FEELING 'APPY High-tech toys on display included wireless remote-control vehicles, teach-and-play tablets, minicameras and speakers, 3D-printed toys, and building and shooting games equipped with lasers and apps.Lego's Fusion won the award for e-connected toy of the year from the Toy Industry Association.Spin Master's Zoomer Dino won the overall toy of the year award at the fair. Ozobot is a bot toy that can perform color-coded commands; draw a few lines on a piece of paper in different colors, and program your bot to execute the moves with speed, agility or dance flair. Drone-type toys were also plentiful, with action-film names like Sky Viper, Nebula Cruiser and Quad Zone. A "base camp" shelter tent, cargo vest, bug vacuum, field tools, specimen containers and canteen were augmented with a couple of cool habitat containers, a mesh butterfly house and even a maze in which to observe your creepy-crawly finds.
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