1. Tabor City Elementary School Uses tWall for Autism

      Tabor City Elementary School in Tabor City, North Carolina is a small, public, elementary school dedicated to providing special education instruction to students with multiple disabilities, and general education. The Mission of Tabor City Elementary School is to create an environment in which the academic, social, and cultural skills instilled will develop productive and responsible citizen…Read More

  2. Intersport Uses Exergame Interactive Components for Marketing Events

      Intersport has been creating innovative, world-class entertainment platforms centered on passion points for 34 years. Their distinctive model powers bold marketing solutions from scratch. With disciplines in culinary, esports, leadership, lifestyle and sports, Intersport partners with brands who want to connect with passionate audiences in original, lasting ways. Recently at one of their la…Read More

  3. Roslyn School Dist. Uses Interactive Walls for Autism and Special Ed.

      The Roslyn Union Free School District is situated less than 20 miles from midtown Manhattan. The school district covers an area of five square miles and encompasses a group of primarily residential communities on Long Island's north shore, including the historic Village of Roslyn and all or part of East Hills, Flower Hill, Greenvale, Roslyn Estates, Roslyn Harbor and Roslyn Heights. Within …Read More

  4. Makoto for Cognitive and Multi Sensory Senior Fitness

      Develop balance, cognitive function, and range of motion. A recent survey by AARP revealed that the number one concern for aging Americans is staying sharp. Seniors love the Makoto Arena because it gives them a way to improve their “mental sharpness” as well as giving them the ability to get that “just right” level of cardio and stretching. The Active Aging/Senior Fitness world has…Read More