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The consumption of media-use has grown intensively during the past 20 years. Children spent a lot of hours in front of screens and therefore move less. During the lack of activity the motor skills are often hardly trained well enough for the human‘s tasks in everyday life.
TURTegg provides an opportunity for the children to sit inside the product whilst using their media devices or playing. They constantly have to keep their balance. Alternatively they can lean back and twist, controlling the product by weight shift. Prototypes showed that TURTegg inspires the children to start playing other games, for example pretending to be a turtle.
Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts