OM Interactive and Mike Ayres Design have teamed up to sponsor the Sensory Room at the Autism Show, which will be held in London and Manchester in June.
Interactive technology leader OM Interactive has teamed up with Mike Ayres Design to sponsor the Sensory Room at the upcoming Autism Show, which will take place in both London and Manchester in June. OM Interactive and Mike Ayres previously sponsored Sensory Spaces featured at Naidex National at the NEC Birmingham in April and May. The company will also be presenting innovative sensory products designed for use at home and in schools at the Autism Show.
The Sensory Room will provide visitors with an opportunity to discover the latest sensory technologies designed for a home or school environment, and to try them out for themselves. OM Interactive’s gesture-controlled technology combines graphics, sound, colour, and movement to deliver solutions for virtual reality, immersive play, and physical therapy. The motion-controlled interactive systems are a powerful tool that can engage and motivate patients to develop their physical and cognitive skills while having fun in an immersive virtual environment.
The Autism Show is the UK’s national event for autism, attracting more than 7,000 parents, care professionals, and people on the autism spectrum, and providing them with the latest news, research, campaigns, advice, products, and services. Products featured at the event range from innovative sensory solutions to learning tools and communication aids.
Visitors can find OM Interactive at stand B2 at ExCel London (June 13-14) and stand B1 at the EventCity in Manchester (June 27-28).
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