Embedded Fitness showcased its trampoline game and ice-skating simulator at the Good Game Show Korea 2014, which ran from May 23 to 25 in Seoul.
The interactive trampoline game uses a sensor to detect the users’ strength and frequency of jumping, and displays the jumps on a high-tech screen. The game supports single and multiple player modes.
The E-fit skating simulator helps users practice their skating technique using a smooth plate that allows them to slide across the surface from side to side. The board is connected to a game, and the simulator uses motion-sensing technology and converts movement into forward motion. The game lets users maintain their skating skills while practising indoors and delivers the sensation of skating on real ice. Users can work to improve their high scores and compete against their friends. The skating simulator has been featured at several major sporting events, including the Olympic Games in Vancouver.
Watch the video to see both interactive systems in action.