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Emma Children’s Hospital

Emma Children's hospital

IJsfontein designed an interactive play wall for the Emma Children’s Hospital.

Client: Emma Kinderziekenhuis

Experience: Experience the interactive play wall in the Emma Kinderziekenhuis AMC – On the 8th floor, between G and H.

 

In short

Being admitted to hospital is boring, and you do not get enough exercise to boot. We thought of a way to get the patients to move in a fun way.

 

How it works

On an interactive play wall players activate avatars in a colourful fantasy world by moving themselves. Robots, flying animals, princesses… there is something for everybody. And have fun exercising, for instance by throwing around bubbles between them, or a game of boxing.

 

Exercise

The interactive play wall offers patients distraction and challenges them to move. Even when they are in a wheelchair or have to stay in bed. Children can play for hours on end. They can temporarily forget they are ill and keep in shape.

 

Did you know?

Each second the colour of each pixel on the wall is determined. That means 640,742,400 calculations per second!

 

Watch the video

 

 

Read more?

Read more on our IJsblog

Contact

Naomi van Stelten or Hans Luyckx +31 (0)20 33 00 111.

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Emma Children’s Hospital

Client: Emma Kinderziekenhuis

Experience: Experience the interactive play wall in the Emma Kinderziekenhuis AMC – On the 8th floor, between G and H.

 

In short

Being admitted to hospital is boring, and you do not get enough exercise to boot. We thought of a way to get the patients to move in a fun way.

 

How it works

On an interactive play wall players activate avatars in a colourful fantasy world by moving themselves. Robots, flying animals, princesses… there is something for everybody. And have fun exercising, for instance by throwing around bubbles between them, or a game of boxing.

 

Exercise

The interactive play wall offers patients distraction and challenges them to move. Even when they are in a wheelchair or have to stay in bed. Children can play for hours on end. They can temporarily forget they are ill and keep in shape.

 

Did you know?

Each second the colour of each pixel on the wall is determined. That means 640,742,400 calculations per second!

 

Watch the video

 

 

Read more?

Read more on our IJsblog

Contact

Naomi van Stelten or Hans Luyckx +31 (0)20 33 00 111.