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Projected Display Turns Any Floor Into A Virtual Playground [Video]

Projected Display Turns Any Floor Into A Virtual Playground [Video]
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An interactive space where up to 15 participants can play games like soccer and hockey.

Yi Chen
  • 26 june 2012


Although consoles like the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Kinect encourage young gamers to move around rather than just sit in front of the couch, they still can’t replace actual outdoor exercise. This is where EyeClick has the potential to narrow the gap even further between gaming and physical activities. The EyePlay is a projected display that turns any floor surface into an interactive play space that can fit up to 15 participants.

By using MotionAware technology that powers the EyeClick, kids can interact with elements projected on the floor and play games like Super Soccer, Ice Hockey, Piano, Drums, and Disco Floor. There are also more educational games like Capitals and Solar System. Currently, there are 30 graphic games available.

The EyePlay is already installed in public areas like at airports, hotels, in hospitals, and department stores, where it has attracted the attention of not just children, but also curious adults.

Check out a live demo in the video below:

EyeClick

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