EyePlay has been named the 2014 Kids Product of the Year in the Kids Action Play category by Creative Child Magazine.
EyePlay, the digital playground system developed by interactive technology leader EyeClick, has been named the winner of Creative Child Magazine’s Kids Product of the Year 2014 in the Kids Action Play category. EyePlay playgrounds use MotionAware technology that allows them to detect and react to human movement, providing a multitude of options for active play. The interactive playground creates an engaging, safe, germ-free environment for kids, where they can play different games that are projected onto floors and walls. The system can be used in any location, from restaurants and hotels to hospitals and family entertainment centres.
Creative Child Magazine awards are presented to the best and most innovative solutions for kids. As part of the Awards Program, parents, early education professionals, and music educators review a wide range of children’s products to select the very best in each category. Each solution is reviewed by several judges before the winners are determined. The annual two-day event hosts hundreds of visitors at a convention centre in Henderson, Nevada to discuss the most innovative products for children.
“We want to thank everyone at Creative Child Magazine for creating the awards and for recognizing the unique benefits that EyePlay has to offer children and parents around the globe,“ said Andru Miller, Marketing Manager at EyePlay. “Winning the Creative Child Magazine’s 2014 Kids Product of the Year in the Kids Action Play category underscores our commitments to creating innovative products that provide endless fun germ-free and safe play for children everywhere.”
EyeClick’s products are used in locations worldwide by major global brands, including Volvo, Samsung, Nokia, Burger King, and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
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