Video mapping is a computerized educational game system projecting onto the floor and walls. It is activated when touched by hands or steps on the floor surface.

Children play games projected on the floor. A child for a certain time, through movement and touching the surface (tributaries, hooks) performs the task. From their movements, the picture changes and children can learn an alphabet, the basics of mathematics, or traffic rules. Sometimes children play the games that develop physical skills. For example, they should bend over for a fruit.

Video mapping develops movement coordination, thinking, reaction and physical activity.


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