Sensory Room Switches
Switches open a world of interaction to individuals who experience restricted movement, help to improve motor skills and help relay information about cause and effect. These devices can be very empowering, allowing the user to control many aspects of their environment at the flick of a switch.
Sensory Room Switches come in a variety of shapes, sizes and types, some even look like soft toys. Whether you need a Sensory Room Switch that reacts to sound, movement or touch, you’ll find a number of sensory switching solutions below.
A popular way of controlling a multi-sensory room is with a switch that can synchronise the colour of all the light-emitting products in a sensory room.
In this way, a preference for a particular colour can be identified and imparts a sense of control over the sensory environment to the user. This effect is achieved by having universal signals corresponding to the light produced by the products in a room. The signal is emitted by a wireless switch and picked up by compatible products, which then change to the colour selected by the user.
Wireless compatibility makes it easy to share the switch around a group, encouraging turn-taking. Removing cables also removes a potential trip hazard.
Sensory Magic is the ultimate multi-sensory experience. Create your own fully immersive themes and settings inline with the preferences of the person using it in minutes.
Sensory Magic can be used to educate, stimulate or relax those using it, making it a versatile solution for many sensory room settings. Whether you are pursuing a learning goal, seeking to engage and encourage movement in an otherwise sedate individual or hoping to calm down an excitable character and help them focus, Sensory Magic gives you the tools to make the most of your sensory environment.
Interactive Light Systems
Music through movement! A whole new meaning to air-guitar and pretend drums!
Interact with beams of coloured light by passing a hand, foot or reflective bat through them.
Trigger sounds at the wave of an arm … Activate chords at the sweep of a bat … Play interactive music games whilst setting off images, videos and graphics
‘Indestructible’ beams act as powerful visual reference points for participants