Beamz Interactive Inc recently highlighted its release of a new education and healthcare offering. The company notes that its interactive music technology has shown promise in schools, rehabilitation centers, hospitals, and older adult settings. In education, it can be used to teach early concepts such as cause and effect, directionality, sequencing, fine and gross motor skills, and common core subjects.
The company notes that the Beamz Interactive Music System is a universally designed laser controller engineered to provider users of any age, physical, or cognitive ability access to a wide variety of musical instruments, sound effects, and songs. Activities include music appreciation, music therapy, intro to computers, and exercise and recreation.
The Beamz’s new offering for healthcare is intended to benefit occupational, physical, neurological, music, or recreation therapy. Users can work to enhance fine and gross motor skills and engage in brain games to maintain acuity or accelerate rehabilitation. The Beamz system is also designed to assist older adults in making social connections, offering the opportunity to engage with others whether they attend a senior center, independent living, or skilled nursing facility.
The product’s new features include an updated interface, multi-platform capability, and the ability to record to MP3.
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