1. Beam Projection System Provides Interactive Projection Fun

      The Beam / EyePlay is an interactive projection game system which is projected onto the floor or wall and allows multiple children to interact with it at the same time. With a wide range of games, kids and teens can be entertained for hours while running, jumping, and playing around. Beam is sure to bring increased movement! Key Features: 30 Game Pack. Highly accurate motion sensing technol…Read More

  2. Boys and Girls Club of America and Technology Based Fitness

      Boys & Girls Clubs of America supports all youth and teens – of every race, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, ability, socio-economic status, and religion – in reaching their full potential. It takes innovative, quality programs designed to empower youth to excel in school and lead healthy, productive lives. Boys and Girls Club of America do whatever it takes…Read More

  3. Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club Adds Interactive Touch Wall

      In every community, boys and girls are left to find their own recreation and companionship in the streets. An increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them. The Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls 6-18 yrs of age by instilling a sen…Read More

  4. McMinn County Schools Add Touch Wall to PE and Special Education

      The Mission of The McMinn County School System is to equip students for life-long learning through academics, accountability, and learning experiences. The combination of Fitness, Games and Technology is a sure win for students to be actively engaged. These Exergaming solutions have made an impact for thousands of kids around the world.  Recently the McMinn County Schools decided to add …Read More

  5. iWall Interactive Wall for Social Distance Options with Exergame

      During this time of uncertainty, many facilities are facing potential concerns we never imagined. Fortunately, Exergame continues to offer options that provide fun, interactive fitness; with the continued support of social distancing. The iWall includes a motion sensor of this exergame detects your movements, making you the game controller instead of a joystick. The faster you run and the h…Read More

  6. Hilton Head Boys and Girls Club Adds Interactive Gaming Wall

      The Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island was established in 1990 at Sandlewood, a local low-income housing project located on the Island. In 1999, a 29,000 square foot facility was built near the Hilton Head School complex off Gumtree Road, the cost of which was paid 100% from donations by local organizations and private donors. For nearly three decades, the Club has served local chi…Read More

  7. Haysville School District Adds Interactive Wall for Special Education

      Haysville USD 261 is a public unified school district headquartered in Haysville, Kansas, United States. The district includes the communities of Haysville, small southern part of Wichita, and nearby rural areas. The Sensory Room features The Light Wall, known as the T-Wall, which is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback with lights and touch sensors. Multiple games provi…Read More

  8. Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows Opens Exergame Room

      Before the unfortunate situation with COVID, the Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows opened one of the largest Exergame Clubs to date!  Their Club boasts nearly 130 different programs, events and activities to meet the diverse needs and interests of our members.  These programs fall under five core areas: Character & Leadership Development; Education & Career Development; Healt…Read More

  9. Youth X Room – The Ultimate Kids Interactive Fitness Experience

      The Youth X Room offers exergaming that engages kids and teens through their virtual world to get them moving. Using similar concepts of gamification found in video games, kids won’t even realize they are working out . Seven to 14-year-olds are too old to be in the Exergame Playground or day care area, but too young to be in the main fitness areas. Whether they are athletes or not, they s…Read More

  10. 21st Century Grant Money Runs Out Soon!

      21st Century Grant Money is one of the leading grant programs that helps support Exergame within the non-profit sector.  This program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local…Read More