Toys will not be bought at the toy store anymore, they will also more and more rarely even delivered by the producer. Children rooms will be equipped with 3D printers. Children will create and print their own toys. If they still want to buy a well renown toy sets, they just need to access the online services provided by toys designers and activate the 3D printer. Communities of amateur and professional toys designers will also make available their own creations. The children room will be also equipped with a VR area, installed in the center or in such a way to avoid that the children will hurt themselves by hitting walls, furniture and other objects while enjoying a virtual trip. Cameras will provide extra security and enhanced security systems to monitor the children activities and prevent hacker infiltrations will be installed on all the digital devices in the environment. All the toys will be robotics and will be able to interact with the external environment or remotely with the toys of other children. Ceilings and walls will be covered by special screen projecting animated wallpaper or can be used for educational purposes (such as a homemade planetarium). A higher level of interaction will also require digital connected sport equipment, integrated with most entertainment platforms. Such children's rooms will be however a privilege for few in the heart of the main cities, due to the housing skyrocketing prices. They will, however, be common in the middle-class suburban areas and will play an essential role in remote areas, where they will also be used as e-learning stations.