- Cooperative games
- Educative games
Dragon’s Cave is a role played board-game based in the Dungeons and Dragons games. Some toys are controlled by the computer. Children must catch a magic sword hidden in a chest in order to kill the dragon.
The Farm game is composed of many activities for very young children. They use rubber animal toys to lay eggs, give milk, wool…
Asteroids is a tabletop version of the classic Atari™ Asteroids. In the NIKVision tabletop, children use physical spaceship toys to shot virtual asteroids and clean the table surface. Game rules are very similar to the classic videogame. The bigger asteroids break when impacted by spaceship’s laser. Even player hyperspace is possible just by lifting the toy from the table!
Spaceship toys have a mechanical button which is used by the players to shot the lasers. Several children can play this game as there are enough spaceship toys.
In Pirates! game, children have to sail a pirate ship by blowing wind using a fan toy (A). In order to find enemy ships, children can use a compass toy (B), which always points at the nearest enemy ship. A burst of cannon balls are fired when a chip (C) is placed somewhere on the table. This is used to aim the direction of the cannon balls.
The compass toy is a small cylindrical hash of optic fibers which transmits the image projected from the base of the toy to the top face of the cylinder. Any image projected on the base of the toy, is transmitted to the top face of the toy.
Up to three children can cooperate in these game, one is in charge of the fan toy, other gives directions using the compass on the other in in charge of aiming the cannons.
Bugaboo is a tabletop version of the classic Bugaboo (the Flea) videogame. Children can use any object to build a path for the fleas to reach their food. The fleas use these objects to jump and climb. Children guide the flea’s jumps by touching in its legs.
- By using conventional brushes
- by drawing on a paper, and the translate the draw to the table by placing the paper on the surface, and then using an ink stamp to replicate them.
By arranging coloured chips, children can compose drum beats. Each coloured row represent a different drum instrument. Each colour chips plays different versions of the instrument. By turning a chip, the tone of the instrument can be also changed.
Children have to dress a virtual boy and a virtual game with the adequate clothes depending on the seasson of the year.
Children have to place food toys in the troley to complete the buy list showed in the table.
Using a toy rod, children have to fish the right fish toy with the color asked in the table surface.