Introducing the

Introducing the

Amazing Interactives presents the revolutionary new 3D Sensory Pain Distraction System.

An amazing range of interactive sensory systems designed to distract patients during painful treatments.

This highly pleasant solution offers calming relaxation and pleasurable distraction via a number of passive and interactive devices.

How it works News

3D V-pod Overview

Amazing Interactives are specialist developers of ‘Interactive 3D’ software for the medical market. The 3D system has over 30 tailor made 3D software packages which provide varying levels of distraction, for children of all ages and gender, the interactive software provides distraction, engagement, and also hand and eye coordination.

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Pain distraction – Pediatrics

The 3D V-pod pain distraction system comes with a wonderful range of packages designed to distract children from pain during treatment and procedures. Please click here for a Clinical Psychology Review of the effectiveness of virtual reality distraction for pain reduction.

Adult / Child Post Traumatic Stress

In areas of mental trauma the interactive 3D V-pod system is linked to the pulse rate of the patient via an pulse oximeter. This allows both the patient and the specialist to actually see what causes anxiety levels to increase/decrease in real-time 3D. Specialists can then teach the patient how to control anxiety using breathing techniques and conversation combined with the 3D V-pod system.

Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

Interactive 3D linked to exercise equipment.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia

The powerful visual medium gains the users attention so that specialists can discuss and deliver elements of treatment while the patient is focused and their mind is engaged.

Products

This highly pleasant solution offers calming relaxation and pleasurable distraction via a number of passive and interactive devices. It’s available as a portable system, or a fixed system ideal for Treatment rooms. Screens are available at 37″, 42″ and 47″.

V-pod Portable Unit

A convenient & attractive interactive 3D system designed to be moved to any area of the hospital.

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V-pod Overhead Unit

A highly attractive ceiling mounted unit and touch screen unit.

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Additional Accessories

The 3D Vpod comes with a range of accessories to enhance the sensory experience. Linked to the pulse oximeter, patients and staff can visualise trauma triggers and learn how to manage them. The interactive modes allow further distraction from painful procedures.

The Motion Sensor

gyro-controller

The Gyro Interactive Controller

The Gyro allows patients to release effects and then control where they float and what they do.

bubble-blower

Audio Sensor/Bubble Blower

Patients can make things happen by voice control, hand control or simply blow into the sensor.

3d-glasses

3D Glasses

All of our systems come with 3D glasses for the patient to get the most out of the interactive software.

FAQs

Amazing Interactives can supply replacement controllers for the 3D screen, and Gyro mouse.  We can also replace glasses at a cost of £0.50 per pair, with a minimum quantity of 50 (this excludes shipment costs). If you would like to purchase any replacement accessories then please Contact our sales team on 0044(0)1642 226693 or p.jethwa@amazing-int.com
The gyro mouse works with the USB Dongle, which is inserted into the PC, they are both sync together.  If the gyro mouse requires a re-sync then press both buttons on the mouse and dongle, this will sync them together.
When new software is released the clients will be notified, there is an option to then buy these packages.
If you require technical assistance please contact our technical Dept. on 0044 (0)1642 226690 or email d.caygill@amazing-int.com
Yes, the hardware is warrantied for 3 years. This includes the PC, 3D Screen and  the Mobile System. The software has an under warranty for life under Amazing Interactives Ltd. You are also able to extended your warranty for a further 2 years at a cost of £1000. The warranty will not cover accidental damage or theft of the system or its accessories.
Amazing Interactives will carry out the installation of any fixed system, minimum height requirements for a 47 inch screen system is 1.65m ceiling, we will carry out a survey prior to installation.
The 3D V-pod comes as a fixed unit, or portable unit and the screen sizes available are: 32, 42 and 47 inches. The system can also be used in 2D, if required.
Amazing Interactives will supply a 3D V-pod system to aid any fundraising event in the UK
Amazing Interactives offer a demonstration of the 3D V-pod or we can supply a 3D V-pod for a trial period of 2 weeks . To arrange this please contact Sales on 0044(0)1642 226693 or p.jethwa@amazing-int.com.  
The 3D V-pod has been designed and passed a rigorous infection control protocol, the system can be wiped clean using non-alcohol wipes. The 3D Glasses can be wiped clean with non-alcoholic wipes and reused.
The 3D V-pod system works off a 240V supply.
Typical time scales from receiving an order to delivery is 4 weeks

Rehabilitation

Developed in conjunction with specialists in child rehabilitation, our 3D Rehabilitation system is designed to encourage children to exercise.

A 4 x 3 metre interactive 3D screen with software offering over 100 interactive body movements, two 3D superhero characters, music and aerobics fun. This unique interactive 3D system uses fully motion captured body movements and a body tracking system to allow users to interact with the 3D characters.

Software

reach-3dAll of our packages come with a range of 3D distraction challenges and relaxation sequences. Each of the 3D Sensory Packages is designed to offer a different kind of distraction. The beach ball, for example, is just one of many sporting items that float our ‘on command’. This display is to encourage conversation between the staff and the patient.

The floating animals in baskets is a wonderful, mesmerising and relaxing fantasy for young ones. The icy balloons is designed to help the patient feel cool and rakes them on a fantasy journey through snowy worlds.

Our packages also contains an enchanting range of 3D adventures including:

captain-jack
genie
cecil
cinderella
Princess Margaret Children’s Hospital
Zuydcoote Hospital, France
Paris Children’s Hospital, France
Luxembourg Children’s Hospital, Luxembourg
Kuwait Hospital
Kingston Hospital Surrey
Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy Fife
The Harbour Centre – Norfolk
Havens Camberwell London
The Elms SARC – Cambridgeshire
North Middlesex Hospital
St John’s Hospital, Livingston
SARC – Cobham, Surrey
SARC – Antrim Hospital, County Antrim Belfast
SARC – Suffolk Constabulary
Brighton Children’s Hospital, Brighton
Southampton Children’s Hospital, Southampton
Portland Street Hospital, London
New Children’s Hospital, Dublin
Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Leeds Children’s Hospital, Leeds
Warrington General Hospital, Warrington
Freeman’s Hospital, Newcastle
Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle
Kings College Hospital, London
Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh
Stepping Hill Hospital, Edinburgh
James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
Glasgow Sick Children’s Hospital, Glasgow
Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Chesterfield
Salisbury District General Hospital, Salisbury
Hinchingbrooke, Cambridge
North Devon Hospital, Barnstaple
St George’s Hospital, London
Royal Marsden Hospital, Surrey
North Tyneside General Hospital, North Shields
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester
Bristol Frenchay Hospital
Pinderfields General Hospital, Wakefield
Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Durham Hospital
Darlington Memorial Hospital, Darlington
University College Hospital, London
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London
Addenbrookes – Cambridge
Whittington Hospital London, London
Alderhay Children’s Hospital, Liverpool
Jackson Health Foundation Miami
St Vincent Hospital Green Bay Wisconsin
Providence Hospital El Paso
Grady’s memorial Hospital Atlanta
New York Children’s Hospital, New York
Renown Children’s Hospital, Reno
Fort Worth Children’s Hospital, Texas
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
University Hospital of New Mexico
Vermont Children’s Hospital, Vermont
Princess Margaret Children’s Hospital
Zuydcoote Hospital, France
Paris Children’s Hospital, France
Luxembourg Children’s Hospital, Luxembourg
Kuwait Hospital
Kingston Hospital Surrey
Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy Fife
The Harbour Centre – Norfolk
Havens Camberwell London
The Elms SARC – Cambridgeshire
North Middlesex Hospital
St John’s Hospital, Livingston
SARC – Cobham, Surrey
SARC – Antrim Hospital, County Antrim Belfast
SARC – Suffolk Constabulary
Brighton Children’s Hospital, Brighton
Southampton Children’s Hospital, Southampton
Portland Street Hospital, London
New Children’s Hospital, Dublin
Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Leeds Children’s Hospital, Leeds
Warrington General Hospital, Warrington
Freeman’s Hospital, Newcastle
Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle
Kings College Hospital, London
Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh
Stepping Hill Hospital, Edinburgh
James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
Glasgow Sick Children’s Hospital, Glasgow
Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Chesterfield
Salisbury District General Hospital, Salisbury
Hinchingbrooke, Cambridge
North Devon Hospital, Barnstaple
St George’s Hospital, London
Royal Marsden Hospital, Surrey
North Tyneside General Hospital, North Shields
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester
Bristol Frenchay Hospital
Pinderfields General Hospital, Wakefield
Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Durham Hospital
Darlington Memorial Hospital, Darlington
University College Hospital, London
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London
Addenbrookes – Cambridge
Whittington Hospital London, London
Alderhay Children’s Hospital, Liverpool
Jackson Health Foundation Miami
St Vincent Hospital Green Bay Wisconsin
Providence Hospital El Paso
Grady’s memorial Hospital Atlanta
New York Children’s Hospital, New York
Renown Children’s Hospital, Reno
Fort Worth Children’s Hospital, Texas
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
University Hospital of New Mexico
Vermont Children’s Hospital, Vermont

Case Studies

Meet the Chile Life/Music Therapy team at Chris Evert Children’s Hospital

Kasey Castro, BS, Child Life Specialist, works on the pediatric oncology/hematology unit. Kasey serves on the Executive Board of the Florida Association of Child Life Professionals as Member at Large.

Caitlin Harrison, BS, Child Life Specialist, works on the general pediatric unit. Caitlin serves on the Planning Committee for the Florida Association of Child Life Professionals.

Laura Cornelius, MM, MT-BC, created the Music Therapy program through a grant. Due to her talent and creativity, Laura is now a tenured member of the staff. Laura is a NICU certified Music Therapist and has recently become International Neurologic Music Therapy Certified. In her spare time, Laura and her dog Chewy are certified Pet Assisted Therapists.

Ann Fogel, MA, Child Life Coordinator, has been a CCLS since 1982. She has been a Mentor in the Leadership Development Institute sponsored by the CLC through a grant from Disney this past winter. Happily married for almost 30 years, she is the proud mother of 12 year old Hope.

The newest technology at Chris Evert Children’s Hospital (CECH) is the Pediatric Virtual Distraction System (V-Pod) used to help children cope with painful and threatening treatments. This 3- dimensional video game, guided imagery, play provoking opportunity decreases anxiety and perceived pain in children, reducing the need for extended or repeat procedures or sedation.

Procedures and/or treatments that the V-pod distraction system is used for in treatment rooms as well as at a patient’s bedside include venipunctures, lumbar punctures and bone marrow aspirations.

As you know all too well, children in the hospital often have to undergo painful and scary treatments and procedures. The anticipation of these treatments is often stressful for the child compounded by physical pain associated with these common procedures. If the pain level is too high, or the child becomes too anxious, they may become non-compliant or uncooperative, causing treatments to be rescheduled or duplicated if unable to be completed. This creates additional stress on the child, those that care for them and the medical team. This additional anxiety is heightened as they anticipate another miserable experience. In addition, medications used to alleviate pain may have adverse side effects or negative reactions in children. There is a need to utilize play in all forms, promoting non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical methodologies alleviating pain and anxiety during procedures of all varieties. We are proud to add the V-Pod distraction system to our menu of coping strategies alongside Music Therapy, Pet Assisted Therapy, Expressive Arts and Child Life Therapy interventions to benefit our pediatric patients.

Revolutionary equipment will distract youngsters from pain at Sunderland Royal

WEARSIDE’S youngsters need not fear a trip to A&E after a new system to distract them from painful treatment was installed at Sunderland Royal Hospital.

image1Following fund-raising from the Children’s Foundation, the 3D Vpod Pain Distraction Unit is now available to use.

The display unit shows both 2D and 3D moving images as a way of reducing stress and relaxing children

The unit has been used in a trial at The Royal for the past couple of months after being well received by families.

According to Government child health figures, Sunderland has more than double the number of A&E attendees in the zero to four age range compared to the national average.

St Benet’s school pupil Jessica Summerside, 10, was brought in by her dad Paul following an accident in a pizza shop.

Jessica Summerside with dad Paul in front of the Vpod Pain Distraction Unit at Sunderland Royal Hospital's paediatric A&E department

Jessica Summerside with dad Paul in front of the Vpod Pain Distraction Unit at Sunderland Royal Hospital’s paediatric A&E department

“She just banged her hand on the pizza shop counter and injured her middle finger,” said Paul, 51, of Roker.

“Nothing’s broken and she just needed a splint, but it can be really stressful for the child and parent to go “I didn’t know about the distraction unit, it’s fantastic.

“You can take the child’s mind off their treatment and it puts the parent’s mind at ease.”

Pauline Palmer, paediatric matron at the Royal, said: “Our staff on Accident and Emergency have found it very useful, especially during painful procedures like cannulation and it has been well received by the children.

“Additionally, they have found that the children like it in 2D so they are using for smaller children who can’t wear glasses.”

Jessica Summerside with dad Paul in front of the Vpod Pain Distraction Unit at Sunderland Royal Hospital's paediatric A&E department

Jessica Summerside with dad Paul in front of the Vpod Pain Distraction Unit at Sunderland Royal Hospital’s paediatric A&E department

Chief executive of the Children’s Foundation, Peregrine Solly, said: “Our programme of fund-raising for these units is now in its third year and we’re in discussions with the NHS so that they can become used in more hospitals.

“We’ve had them at hospitals in Newcastle and we think it’s a real world-first so now we want to be more readily available.”

The hospital is now hoping to install three further units, another two in the children’s in-patient wards and three for the Niall Quinn Centre, which is just off Kayll Road.

Mini 3D Pain Distraction unit is a “World First”

A very special piece of equipment has been delivered to the Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Children’s Unit based at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

The mini, mobile 3D Interactive Pain and Anxiety unit, a world first, was designed to fit into a suitcase by Amazing Interactives Ltd, a company that specialises in the development of interactive 3D content and hardware solutions.  The unit is designed to distract young patients during clinical treatments.

Anne-Marie Hamilton, Chairman of the ‘dreamdrops’ fundraising committee said: “I approached Amazing Interactives to see if it was possible for them to design a mobile unit for use in the local community.

3d-photo“This project has taken 18 months to come to fruition, with a lot of time and effort going into the whole project not only by the NHS and Amazing Interactives, but also with help and guidance from Tony Moss, a computer expert from the Rotary Club of Kimbolton Castle, as well as other members of the club.

“We would like to say a huge thank you to the Rotary Club who kindly offered to purchase the system for us.  The machine is incredible and will revolutionise children’s treatment.  It is causing a real interest in other areas of the NHS, with one London hospital already interested in purchasing a unit.”

Mags Hirst, play specialist, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, who piloted various prototypes of the machine out in the community before the final design was agreed, said: “We requested a truly mobile unit which could be taken out in a car to a patient’s home.

“Feedback is very positive and the unit will benefit children and young people who are having home based treatment such as wound dressings, as it provides a distraction to the child without getting in the way of the nurse.  It’s a really innovative piece of equipment and it will make a huge difference to the care we offer our patients.”

Geoffrey Lloyd from the Rotary Club of Kimbolton Castle said: “We were delighted to support the ‘dreamdrops’ charity and to be able to raise funds for the new unit.

“We are pleased to support this first unit of its type in use in the world, which is a great achievement for all involved. The equipment is stunning and will help to reduce any anxiety felt by the children during their medical procedures.”

(3D Photograph provided: Pravin Jethwa, Sales Director, Amazing Interactives; Liz Sloman, play specialist, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, Members of the Rotary Club of Kimbolton Castle and Anne-Marie Hamilton, Chairman of dreamdrops).

3D equipment helps ease suffering of young patients at Great North Children’s Hospital

Revolutionary 3D equipment is helping ease the suffering of young patients at the Great North Children’s Hospital. The pain-distraction unit has been bought for the centre, based at Newcastle Royal Victoria Infirmary, in a bid to help patients undergoing a variety of procedures. Known as a Vpod, the equipment, now in operation on Ward 1A, is playing a pivotal role in helping reduce stress, encourage relaxation, and provide a for children receiving clinical treatments.Young patients such as Jaeden Jessers, six, who has been a patient on the ward since last October

Tracey Gothard, Play Specialist at the Great North Childrens Hospital at the RVI, playing on the new 3D VPod pain distraction unit with patient Jaeden Jeffers, six

Tracey Gothard, Play Specialist at the Great North Childrens Hospital at the RVI, playing on the new 3D VPod pain distraction unit with patient Jaeden Jeffers, six

Jaeden had a bone marrow transplant two years ago but has been a resident on the ward more recently after he picked up a number of infections and having nutritional problems. It means the youngster has not grown at the same rate as other children his age.

Jaeden’s mum, Stef Cockerham, 27, says the new equipment has helped her son while he has been undergoing treatment. She added: “He is able to play games on it and, if we put the glasses on, we can see everything in 3D which proves a good distraction when he is getting treated.” The Vpod has a selection of programs including pirates and princesses’ games.

Tracey Gothard, play specialist from Ward 1A, said: “I have wanted a 3D Vpod for a long time now, as I have seen how great they are at distracting the children from what is happening to them in the treatment room. “We have the largest ward here in the GNCH with 21 beds, and most children usually staying in for sometimes six months, nine months or even a year. You can imagine how unhappy they are about having the bloods taken daily, or having long or central lines inserted.

“We do have many techniques for distracting the children but this 3D technology is unlike any other piece of equipment, we’ve used.

Mum Stef Cockerham, Tracey Gothard, Play Specialist at the Great North Childrens Hospital at the RVI, playing on the new 3D VPod pain distraction unit with patient Jaeden Jeffers, six and Natalina Sutherland of the Childrens Foundation

Mum Stef Cockerham, Tracey Gothard, Play Specialist at the Great North Childrens Hospital at the RVI, playing on the new 3D VPod pain distraction unit with patient Jaeden Jeffers, six and Natalina Sutherland of the Childrens Foundation

“By putting on the 3D glasses they are transported to a different world. It also gives us a great a talking point with nervous parents too. It breaks down the barriers and allows us to carry out the procedures swiftly.”

Allana Parker, eight, from Walker, who suffers from Cystic Fibrosis and is a regular patient on Ward 1A – used the Vpod during her stay. Alex Simcox, 33, Allana’s mum, “Allana’s Cystic Fibrosis means she suffers badly from lots of chest infections and horrible bugs, which have such a serious effect on her.”

“When she is in hospital, on a daily basis she will have many and sometimes painful procedures, lasting as long at 40 minutes. The new 3D Vpod has been great for her.”

The equipment was provided for the ward thanks to money raised by The Children’s Foundation Christmas activities last month. Libby Nolan, fundraising manager for the Foundation, said: “Without local businesses, schools and volunteers we wouldn’t have been able to raise over £9,000.”

“This will be used in the North East and Cumbria providing practical support and resources for children, their families and the people working with them – such as providing much needed equipment for the Great North Children’s Hospital.”

Quotes from parents and children, QE Gateshead, NHS

I would recommend the 3D TV as it distracted my son whilst having his bloods taken (July 2015) - parent of 4yr old child

Quotes from Children & Parents on Pain Distraction System Manchester Children’s Hospital

I enjoyed making bubbles by blowing they came right out and I made lots of them - age 7

The genie in Aladdin was funny - age 6

The fish tank was nice and made feel very relaxed - age 10

My mummy and I watched both Capt. Jack and the fish one, and we thought they were really great - age 12

I watched Cecil the sea horse he was really good - age 10

Quotes from Children & Parents on Pain Distraction System Manchester Children’s Hospital

Made me feel very relaxed - age 6

It was like magic - age 13

I felt as if I could touch the bubbles that were coming towards me, I really liked the elephant and giraffe - age 9

My favourite was Capt. jack…especially when I got swallowed up by the whale and I liked the dancing star -  age 11

Quotes from Children & Parents on Pain Distraction System Manchester Children’s Hospital

The experience was “brill”…our child was so distracted from what was being carried out on her. - Parents of child aged 10

It was really good, the 3D effects are amazing - age 14

I loved the interactive games I played for ages - age 11

I loved watching Cinderella and the frog made me laugh - age 8

Quotes from Children & Parents on Pain Distraction System Manchester Children’s Hospital

The 3D software took my mind off my operation ….Thanks - age 10

Was really great, and helped take my brothers mind off his treatment, want one for home loved it - age16, brother age 9

It was lovely and good fun, my daughter really enjoyed the 3D effects and was trying to grab the items as they came towards her - mother of child age 6

Spectacular! The bubbles looked like they were floating towards you - age 11

The following is just one of the children who made all the staff that day have a really good feeling.

I had a wonderful session with a child who needed Bloods taken who had severe learning difficulties, he had his cream on without any problem, but during the waiting time he became quite anxious, so as soon as the treatment room was free and about quarter of an hour before his time I put the " 3 D V-Pod " on with the colourful fish so he could see movement, but not sure how he would react.

" What an amazing result, he stood in front of the screen, with his arms out trying to catch the fish, saying over & over " fish - fish." He even looked at the back of the 3 D V-Pod to see if they were there (Mum said he has a fish tank in his room at home) He was so relaxed he had his bloods taken and Parents were delighted that there wasn't any problems like last time.
All the staff said it was so fantastic to see it had made such a difference to the session.
All out audit sessions with this amazing screen have been very positive for children, parents, nurses, support workers, doctors and of course I.

Ruth Wiley: Rheumatology Specialist Nurse, Royal Victoria Hospital Newcastle

We used less gas and air than expected during a painful treatment - I was very impressed.

Angela Nicoll Senior Play Specialist Stockport Children’s Hospital

We have used it for everything from cannulation, wound drain removal, dressing changes, general distraction for anxious kids seems to work really well all round. It has exceptional results when used in conjunction with Entonox for bigger more painful procedures.

Lorraine Little – Great Ormond Street (clinical researcher for the Pain Distraction system at GOSH) London

It's lovely seeing the children's reactions during the trial!

Caitlin Harrison, Child Life Specialist, Chris Evert Children’s Hospital – Fort Lauderdale

The 3D V-pod Distraction tool is a sensory experiance which allows our pediatric patients to mentally escape during a stressful procedure. It provides many avenues of therapeutic components to encourage coping techniques for the patient, and it reduces the intensity of the overall medical experience.

Graeme Gordon Brighton NHS

“They are nothing but amazing! Just used it a minute ago on a needle-phobic child – he had no anxiety doing his cannula where normally he gets really worked up, but this time very relaxed! It’s great to have them as we opened our new emergency department. They are getting well used already!”

Maria Ross-Russell, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS

“Both as Head of Dental Services and a dentist that is lucky enough to work in the surgery with the 3-D distraction system.  All the dentists working in the surgery have found it helpful when treating children and additionally, several adults with learning disabilities also enjoy the system.  We use a variety of the programs depending on the patient and some repeat visitors like to see something different each time!”

Lorna Galbraith – Play Specialist Royal Hospital for Sick Children – Edinburgh

“I have used the new system with a variety of children ages two years up to eleven years. The children have benefited from this new type of distraction with one girl asking to use it on another occasion. It as brought a new and exciting form of distraction for the children. ”

Rita Cammidge, Hospital Play Specialist. With over 18 years experience in Hospital Play at Mid Yorkshire Trust Hospital.

“I have carried out many types of distraction in our treatment room in Children's Assessment
Unit, the Ward and in anaesthetic rooms over the last 18 years, with many different age groups of children. I have witnessed different results during these sessions with various different distraction techniques all of which I can say have been remarkable experience for each of them. I have now done sessions in the Assessment Unit to see how children would cope with watching a 3 D V-Pod System with a difference. It has been remarkable.”

Emma Lear Senior Play Specialist Portland Street Hospital London

“Wow, the last week has been amazingly positive using the 3D unit and the feedback could not have been better! Used for cannulas, great for assessments for memory, educational learning of colours & counting, motivates children to reach their goals. Speech & Language Therapy - captivating, motivation and suitable for all cultures and languages, learning oral motion skills, hand eye coordination. Has relaxing and calming effects, great for distraction whilst focusing on positioning, head & trunk control. Visual Stimulation in particular depth perception, good for interactive rapport builders...”

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