iPlay – interactivity without the flab

by Andy Polaine on February 19, 2008

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Chris just posted an interesting find called the iPlay. It’s basically an interactive playground frame game, which means that children have to run around a lot to push, pull and twist things as well as use their brains. Interactivity and play, what more can I say?

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1 Andy Huntington February 20, 2008 at 10:50 am

Seems fun, but it seems like the league tables on offer online rely on good faith where users put in their own scores!

2 Andy Polaine February 20, 2008 at 11:25 am

I guess the only way to really regulate that would be biometric identification! Even an RFID tag or Bluetooth-to-mobile set-up that tracked your score or something would be open to abuse – your super fit mates would be tapping you for your lunch money in return for wearing your tag!

I can see a whole new level of playground bullying developing…

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