Integrex

Aug 31, 2020

* This post is kindly sponsored by Integrex, but all opinions are my own. *

Integrex design, manufacture and install IT equipment that is innovative, immersive, and interactive. Providing tailored sensory solutions for individual clients, educational services, and retailers across the UK for over 40 years. They have three main products designed specifically for people with additional needs called the Visilift+ and SENse; along with fully immersive rooms, allowing users to interact with images through movement.

A young child using an interactive sensory floor projection called SENse.

VisiLift+ is a height-adjustable, interactive, multi-touch screen that comes with built-in software, games, themes, and images. The multi-touch displays allow several people to interact with the screens at once using a wide range of movements, rather than requiring accurate isolated input from a single touch - making it an inclusive interactive activity for people of all abilities! Other features include:

1 - A smooth, soft touch surround with an anti-bacterial surface, making it ideal for special needs environments where hygiene is paramount.

2 - Braked castors allowing it to be wheeled effortlessly.

3 - The ability to tilt from vertical to horizontal, meaning it can be used vertically or tilted for users who are in a prone position or a reclined wheelchair.

Five interactive VisiLift+ sensory screens positioned at different heights.

SENse products are another range designed by Integrex specifically for users with additional needs. This low-cost sensory system offers floor to ceiling projection, an interactive floor that detects and responds to body movement, as well as variable lighting that augments interactive imagery. Users of any age can interact using minimal movements from a seated, standing or lying position; or users with more mobility can catch/move objects around the floor whilst playing with a range of stimulating games! Alternatively, the SENse Micro can be projected onto almost any surface, including wheelchair trays. Offering a portable option that can be used in a classroom or at home, creating an instant ‘plug and play’ with zero setups.

A young child using an interactive sensory floor projection called SENse.
A portable interactive sensory game called SENse Mini, which is projected onto a classroom table.

Integrex takes pride in providing a wide range of products that allow those with sensory or cognitive disabilities to interact, control and learn through a wide variety of interactive programmes operated through touch and movement. Integrex Sensory Specialists also design immersive rooms that are custom built and can include projected or interactive surfaces, colourful soft padded walls and floors, and Aromatherapy units.

At AYL we are committed to sharing unbiased information on the best products and services for people with disabilities, so it is an honour to be partnering with Integrex! For more information on booking a demonstration, viewing Integrex’s wide range of products, and staying up to date with their news page - simply check out the links below!

A child using an interactive sensory screen called VisiLift.
An immersive room with sensory lights, interactive screens and colourful soft padded walls and floors.
A young child using an interactive sensory screen called VisiLift+.
An immersive room with sensory lights, interactive games and colourful soft padded floors.

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