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:
Mr Jamison said: “With 500 apps included ‘in the box’ the possibilities for fun, education and stimulation are endless.”
The Magic Carpet is an app based interactive projection system. Users simply move over the projected apps to interact with them.
The Magic Carpet can be accessed through Eye Gaze, Switch, Voice, Gesture, or Mouse control making it inclusive for all.
This means the Magic Carpet is great for encouraging social interaction and communication. It also has further applications within learning, therapy and play.
Mr Jamison, said: “It’s great when we see a cracking product that will genuinely help a disabled person in their day-to-day life.”
Able Magazine has reviewed the best disability products on the market for over 20 years.
The Magazine aims to help disabled people make informed choices about the products they purchase and has become a trusted voice within the disability community.