1. CardioWall The Multi-Use Functional Training Tool for Fitness

      Do you want to challenge yourself to a fun, high-intensity workout? Are you looking to take the athletes you coach to the next level of performance? Let me introduce you to the CardioWall! The CardioWall challenges users to balance, stretch, squat, reach, and think as they must follow and hit the different patterns of lighted pads. Train lateral quickness, agility, speed, reaction.  You ca…Read More

  2. St. Monica’s Recreation Center Serves Youth Fitness with Interactive Games

      St. Monica’s Recreation Center, "a ministry for God's children", gladly serves the youth of Lincoln Heights.  This 11,000 –sf gymnasium addition for St. Monica Recreation center serves kids from the surrounding neighborhoods ranging from ages 6-18 years old. St. Monica’s serves the neighborhood of Lincoln Heights, about two miles from the Community of the Transfiguration Motherhouse…Read More

  3. Camp Morasha – Youth Education Camp Adds DDR iDANCE Multiplayer System

      Camp Morasha in Brooklyn, NY is a 24-hour, 7 day a week community in which campers, counselors, and staff live, eat, play, pray, and learn together. It is a laboratory for life in which our campers not only learn but practice respectful behavior.  One of the core components is based around skill building.  Out of the classrooms and onto the fields, courts, lake, pool, art room, stage, a…Read More

  4. Using Exergame & Interactive Gaming to Improve Reaction Time in Sports

      Reaction time is defined as the amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus or something we react too. Having fast reaction time can give athletes a competitive advantage. An athlete’s ability to react shows how quickly and effectively he or she can make decisions and then initiate action. For example, fast reaction time can help a basketball player get to a rebound or loose ball fas…Read More

  5. Assistive Technology Can Benefit All Students

      Assistive technology tools have always been meant for students with learning disabilities but there is documented proof these tools can benefit all students. Assistive technology enables students with disabilities to compensate for the impairments they experience. This specialized technology promotes independence and decreases the need for other educational support. Appropriate assistive te…Read More

  6. Improving Cognitive Deficits With Interactive Fitness and Exergaming

      Cognitive Deficits, also called intellectual disability, is a condition beginning in childhood in which people show significant limitations in their ability to learn and function. Intellectual disabilities are divided into degrees of severity based on their level of impairment. These include mild, moderate, severe, or profound. About 5% of the population have cognitive deficits, and most of…Read More

  7. Park District Adds to their Interactive Gaming Room with Heavyball

      City of Johnson City located in the heartland of Tennessee recently decided to add to their Memorial Park Community Center.  The $15 million, 67,000-square-foot recreation center will have hundreds if not thousands of people dancing, swimming, playing billiards, tennis and a long list of other activities for the body and mind. The center is equipped with a 75-foot-long lap pool, splash poo…Read More

  8. Military Morale, Welfare and Recreation add Exergame for Youth Fitness

      Each Military branch of service (Army, Navy, Coast, Marines) helps families of service members continue to thrive and excel whether on base, or at home. One of the main branches, the U.S. Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation; the G9 Division of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command. Known as Army MWR, manages programs and services that support readiness and resilience for …Read More

  9. Group Fitness Training with Exergaming and Interactive Fitness

      Group Fitness has become a form of exercise that is growing in popularity. You can now find a group fitness class basically anywhere. Health Clubs, YMCA’s, Park and Rec Facilities all offer some sort of strength or aerobic based group class. Group Fitness classes are a great to way to provide extra motivation and friendly competition among the participants. For those who are competitive, …Read More

  10. Physical Education Adds Interactive Projection Wall to School Program

      Tahlequah Public Schools is committed to providing all students with a quality education within a safe and caring learning environment.  One of the main focuses in their district is the ability to integrate interactive fitness into their Physical Education curriculum.  Recently multiple schools added the EyePlay Wall Exergame Projection System. Children and indeed the staff love the EyePl…Read More