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New Storyteller app available

Version 4.1 of the WizeFloor software is now available and it contains a new app called Storyteller for all our Standard and Premium subscribers. We have also added new features in Pong and Rubber Ducks for all subscribers.

Click "Read more" to learn more about the update.




WizeFloor Video From Bett 2018

We exhibited the interactive floor WizeFloor at the Bett Show 2018 in London for the fifth time. Our stand attracted many visitors and we had many interesting conversations with both possible clients and resellers. We demonstrated our new product WizeFloor GO, which is a new mobile version of WizeFloor that can be moved to any classroom. We also showed the new app Storyteller.

A lot of children dropped by the stand to try out WizeFloor.

Bett 2018

Watch a video from the show below:


WizeFloor at Bett Show Showing New Product WizeFloor GO

We are at the Bett Show in London again this year sharing a stand with our UK partner Osborne Technologies.

We have brought a new product called WizeFloor GO, which is our new mobile WizeFloor solution. It has wheels and you can drive it to any classroom and start playing. The projection size can also be made larger depending on the number of children participating. It still has all the apps and games you know.

Please come visit us at stand B360.

Bett Show

Bett Show

WizeFloor GO


Dokk1: WizeFloor has its own language

WizeFloor is easy to decode, and it is straightforward how to use the floor, which makes it easy to join the games. The floor appeals to many different age groups. It can attract families, grandparents and grandchildren to be together on the floor, says Sidsel Bech-Petersen, Library Developer at Dokk1 in Aarhus.Dokk1

The idea of using an interactive floor to create new forms of interaction in the library started in 2004, where the Main Library in Aarhus participated in a research project with Aarhus University. This was actually where the forerunner of WizeFloor was developed.

Sidsel Bech-Petersen and her colleague Jannik Mulvad, team leader for the family and children’s section at Dokk1, explain why Dokk1 has had a WizeFloor since the library opened in 2015.

Quote"Whether you want to guess English words, conjugate German verbs, spell words or work out calculations with your body, it is possible. WizeFloor is intuitive and has many levels. The floor has elements of play as well as learning,” says Jannik Mulvad.

Watch Sidsel Bech-Petersen and Jannik Mulvad explain why they have a WizeFloor and what they think about the installation.


WizeFloor as a tool to help tackle dementia

One of the major challenges for people suffering from dementia is to remember things and recognize their daily routines in everyday life. Jigsaw puzzles on WizeFloor may help relieve this problem. This is the reason why WizeFloor is being used to enhance learning at the social and health care college in Fredericia, Vejle and Horsens.

Click "Read more" for more information about how WizeFloor can be used in adult education.

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