1. 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

  2. UT Southwestern Medical Provides tWall for Traumatic Brain Injury

      The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is a public academic health science center in Dallas, Texas. With approximately 13,568 employees and 2,445 faculty and over 2.7 million outpatient visits per year, UT Southwestern is the largest medical school in the University of Texas System and state of Texas. While UT Southwestern continues to be on the cutting edge of medical based re…Read More

  3. 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

  4. Hong Kong Cricket Club Adds Interactive Fitness Gaming Options

      The Hong Kong Cricket Club is situated in the heart of Hong Kong Island surrounded by the hills and greenery of Wong Nai Chung Gap. The Club is rich in history but has kept pace with the times. Members can enjoy a host of sports and activities - from Cricket to Tennis, from Bridge and Yoga - encompassed in a modern clubhouse with a cricket ground, sports annexe and swimming pool. Recently …Read More

  5. MKTG Provides Interactive Wall Game for Marketing Events

      MKTG is known as a company that likes to make a splash when it comes to marketing events.  Their goal is to be the best Experimental, Sports and Entertainment lifestyle organizational marketing team in the world. Not necessarily the biggest, because biggest is not always the best.  But providing a worthwhile experience for their clients. Recently MKTG added the tWall to their vast amount …Read More

  6. Viacom Adds the tWall to Tradeshow Floor with Mountain Dew

      Viacom, Inc. is a global entertainment content company, which connects with audiences through compelling television programs, motion pictures, short-form video, applications, games, brands for consumer products, social media and other entertainment content. Recently Exergame Fitness worked with Viacom and Mountain Dew to provide a fun, interactive experience at their conference with the tWa…Read More

  7. Drewry Mason Elementary School Uses tWall for Sensory Room and Autism

      Drewry Mason Elementary School in Ridgeway, Virginia is a small, public, elementary school dedicated to providing special education instruction to students with multiple disabilities, and general education. One of their newest additions for the upcoming school year will be the tWall 16.  The tWall 16 is perfect for kids who are 16 years or younger. This machine is also great for facilities…Read More

  8. 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

  9. St Joseph CCSD #169 Adds Interactive tWall for Sensory Needs

      Just down south of us in Central Illinois, just a few miles from the Indiana border resides the St Joseph CCSD #169.  This school is a K-8 district located in St. Joseph, Illinois.  The district consists of two main buildings that house a total of nearly 900 students. The K-4 building is a conglomeration of additions to one of the original district buildings. Due to growth, in the 2005-20…Read More

  10. Lifestyles of the Disabled Uses Interactive tWall for Special Needs

      Lifestyles for the Disabled began operating in 1994 through the collaboration of parents, community organizations, local business people and a group of developmentally disabled adults (program participants). Each group recognized the need to develop programs that provide participants with realistic work settings and experiences within the Staten Island community and beyond. Part of the work…Read More