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MediaMation’s SafeTSeat


MediaMation, Inc.,’s new product, SafeTSeat is a plexiglass barrier designed to go between the seats of theatre attractions, allowing for separation and social distancing while attending standard and MX4D Motion EFX theatres. The SafeTSeat is designed for safety and customer confi dence as patrons attend theatres, auditoriums, stadiums or event venues. SafeTSeat is one of the fi rst protective device designed especially for public seating. It will give patrons a feeling of more security and safety while enjoying the experience. Using this ensures specifi ed seats remain empty, guaranteeing social distancing, while the clear view provides the shared group and immersive experience without feeling confi ned.


Refurbished headsets for Virtual Rabbids


HTC Factory Refurbished VIVE Headsets for Virtual Rabbids are now available for purchase from LAI Games. The headsets are recommended for operators to use as an affordable back-up, with the aim of reducing the risk of downtime with a high-earning game. The headsets have been thoroughly tested to work like new, but offer savings of hundreds of dollars less than brand new kit. The HTC head-mounted displays (HMD) are clean, cost effective and in most cases near new.


Interactive Play


Technically Creative has announced its own range of interactive childrens’ play products. Step and Play is a giant interactive keyboard that you play with your feet. The keys illuminate under the feet as built-in speakers play, so guests can play tunes from memory, follow a note guide, or just make musical fun. Town Planner, a hands-on interactive experience, invites players to place icon blocks on a screen to make planes, boats, trains, and cars appear. The town builds itself around the moving traffi c through the synchronised landscape screen. The Magic Sand Pit encourages children to dig and sculpt their own landscape, as a projector senses the depth and creates the interactive terrain. Players can dig trenches that fi ll with crystal blue water, build mountains that erupt as volcanoes and watch as their sandpit comes to life.


Mobile Hand Sanitising Station


Gold Medal Products Co.’s new Mobile Hand Sanitising Station is designed to help keep guests’ and employees’ hands clean. The stand-alone, easy- to-move hand sanitiser dispensing station requires no power to operate, with a simple pump and go system. It can hold up to four one-gallon jugs and four 16-oz bottles of hand sanitiser, meaning refi lling is easy and less frequent – operators simply swap out the jug or bottle.


This page is brought to you by Bryony Andrews, editor of GlobalAmusements andPlay.com, the industry's leading online publication for product news, innovator views, and in-depth features from the amusements, indoor play and adventure play sector. To submit your press release or product for consideration, please contact bandrews@datateam.co.uk.


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