Interactive games, like Magic Carpet and Magic Mirror, can help children with disabilities improve critical motor skills, according to research.     The study, published in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, found that that active games had a positive effect on helping to develop motor skills for many developmental disorders.   Project supervisor Dr Lisa Barnett, from Deakin's School of Health and Social Development, said: "Not all...

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Read the full case study here.   Sensory Guru has worked alongside staff at Hazel Court Community Specialist School to design their new Sensory Room, which has been named by learners as The Discovery Room, due to its ability to create an immersive environment where students can discover the wonders of the world around them.   Sensory Guru caught up with Katherine Lewis, a Specialist Communication Teaching Assistant from the...

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[caption id="attachment_20133" align="alignright" width="275"] Able Magazine Award Certificate[/caption] Magic Carpet has been awarded a 5* rating from Able Magazine, the UK’s favourite disability lifestyle publication.   Tom Jamison, Editor of Able Magazine, said: “There was some truly outstanding products on show at Naidex 2017.” He decided to give Magic Carpet a five-star rating, which means that it achieved top marks in relation to:   Function: Is the Magic Carpet...

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[caption id="attachment_20102" align="alignright" width="210"] Leonard Cheshire Disability review Magic Carpet[/caption] Leonard Cheshire Disability has praised the engagement, inclusivity and accessibility of Magic Carpet, which was recently installed at their Appley Cliff Care Home.   Magic Carpet is an interactive projection system that projects applications onto any horizontal service.   Users can control and play with Magic Carpet by moving on, or over, the projected application.   The Magic Carpet comes with over...

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Sensory Guru has offered free software upgrades worth over £3000, to their entire Magic Carpet customer base, in order to show their appreciation for their clients support and enable them to have access to the latest Magic Carpet software.   Since September 2016, Sensory Guru product specialists have visited customers to provide training and access to the new software, which will enable them to enjoy the latest...

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Sensory Guru has offered free software upgrades worth over £3000, to their entire Magic Carpet customer base, in order to show their appreciation for their clients support and enable them to have access to the latest Magic Carpet software.   The feedback from clients has been outstanding. Altogether 98% of users described the App Store as “brilliant”, 95% said that they would recommend Magic Carpet to colleagues...

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It has been a fantastic start to 2017 for Sensory Guru, which has been awarded its second win of the year, for its Mobile Magic Carpet app based interactive projection system.   Mobile Magic Carpet was awarded "Best of Show" by NewBay publications Installation, Tech&Learning UK, Audio Media International and PSN Europe.   The competition recognised the most innovative new products on show at ISE in Amsterdam.   Judges took into consideration:   ease of use/maintenance performance...

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[caption id="attachment_19913" align="alignright" width="300"] Tech&Learning Best of Bett award[/caption] The team at Sensory Guru would like to say a big thank you to those of you that came to visit our stand at Bett 2017.   We had an amazing time demonstrating our latest products Magic Mirror and Mobile Magic Carpet,  which is an app-based interactive projection system that was awarded Tech & Learning’s “Best of BETT 2017”.   Heather...

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In 1887, the Polish physician Dr. Ludwig L. Zamenhof published his own language, billed as the universal tongue for the world. This was Esperanto. Of all the similar ideas proposed since then, Esperanto is the only constructed language that is spoken widely today, with a purported two million speakers globally, up to 2,000 of which are ‘native speakers’ with Esperanto as their first language. Even...

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