Bouncing in this summer – the world’s first Smart Trampoline

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Dad, engineer, and Springfree Trampoline inventor, Dr Keith Alexander, spent over 15 years researching and developing his smart trampoline, after being unable to find one for his own daughter that was ‘safe’.

Springfree’s Smart Trampolines are not only much safer for kids, but the built-in ‘tgoma’ technology (an acronym for ‘Take Games Outside and Make them Active’), enables kids to wirelessly connect a tablet to four mat sensors, via Bluetooth, to play a range of educational games.

Sensors on the trampoline mat track your movement – turning your body into a controller – for an interactive Smart Play experience. The innovative tgoma app includes a collection of games that teach maths, language, problem solving and trivia, to help kids learn through active play, while still enjoying their precious screen time.

The trampolines are available in a range of shapes and sizes to fit any garden, and are designed for easy set up. springfree.com.au

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Deborah Dickson-Smith
Deborah Dickson-Smith

Deborah plays the mother role in a blended family of seven. She’s a travel blogger, diver and passionate eco warrior. She has lived in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Edinburgh, London and now resides in Sydney’s northern beaches with her Brady Bunch-style family – all seasoned travellers. Follow Deborah on Twitter @where2nextblog or visit her blog, Where to Next?, all about travelling with teens and mid-life style.