Interactive Fun

Interactive Fun

As play is an important distraction vehicle, the absence of equipment can lead to treatment delays, increases in waiting times and slower recovery. Keeping patients happy is a simple task with the following solutions. 

How it Works

Our systems create an environment where stress and anxiety are reduced this helps the child to cope with illness and with being in hospital.

It also helps the child to regain confidence and self esteem alongside providing an outlet for feelings of anger and frustration.

Interactive Fun Solutions

Touch Tables and Games

Ideal for open / waiting areas for children to engage, interact and learn whilst waiting.
They come with a range of interactive games which can be played by themselves or with other children, or as a family.

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Interactive Flooring

Images are projected on to the floor and children can interact and engage with them by simply moving on or over the images. Using motion tracking, the software will respond to the movements of the children, giving cause and effects interaction. They came with a range of software that is suitable for all ages.

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Interactive Walls

Images are projected on to the walls, these can be on a single wall or multiwall to give an immersive feel, a range of both interactive and non-interactive software is provided. If interaction is required this can be added by using a camera based system.

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Bespoke Software Development

Amazing interactives ltd can provide a full software development service, from conception to installation, our dedicated creative development team are at hand. They have many years of experience in developing both creative and interactive content for distraction, immersion and gaming.

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Find Us

Amazing Interactives, 61C Lord Avenue

Teesside Industrial Estate, Stockton on Tees

TS17 9JX, United Kingdom

Case Studies

Case Study

Meet the Chile Life/ Music Therapy team at Chris Evert Childrens Hospital

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Meet the Chile Life/ Music Therapy team at Chris Evert Childrens Hospital

Case Study

Meet the Chile Life/ Music Therapy team at Chris Evert Childrens Hospital

Case Study

Meet the Chile Life/ Music Therapy team at Chris Evert Childrens Hospital

What people say about Interactive Fun

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...”

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

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