Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Kinect may encourage young gamers to move around rather than just sit in front of the couch but still they 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 with a bunch of interactive games that encourage kids to move around without making a big deal of the fact that they’re getting exercise.
The EyePlay system comes with games that let players kick around a soccer ball, pop bubbles, play a piano, defend birds’ eggs, stomp naughty mice and a bunch of other fun activities. Almost 15 participants can play games like soccer and hockey on this virtual playground space.
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The only equipment needed is the EyePlay projector, which turns any open floor space into a game area.
Check out a live demo in the video below:
There are some educational games too, like the one installed at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center visitor center.
The system has already been installed in public places like hospitals, airports and department stores all over the world.