Monthly Archives: March 2016

AirMaze: Maze Game with a twist

AirMaze, a new twist (literally) on the Maze Game

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AirMaze: accelerometer / transmitter assembly, receiver display unit and, of course, the original Maze Game

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AirMaze: closeup of the accelerometer and 2.4GHz transmitter assembly, repackaged for inserting into stuffed toy

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AirMaze: closeup of the display unit showing one of the training mazes

The AirMaze idea started from a conversation with Shirley Lee, a recreation professional who organizes activities and programs for seniors in long-term care.  One of Shirley’s specialties is in multi-sensory stimulation, aka Snoezelen. She expressed the need for interesting and engaging rehabilitation activities for the elderly and stroke victims to help in recovering and/or strengthening hand-eye coordination and was fascinated with the Maze Game.

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