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iSandBOX Launches Today in the UK!

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We are delighted to announce the official launch of ‘iSandBOX’ today!


After rigorous software development and programming over the last year, iSandBOX is now fully licensed and available to schools, nurseries and educational centres throughout the UK. We are really excited about the launch of this ‘interactive sandbox’ for children. The revolutionary unit combines a traditional sandbox with the latest technology to create a new experience for children, which will help them learn in a fun environment that stimulates creativity and imagination.


iSandBOX uses augmented reality to bring sand – in a static sandbox – to life, using sensors to project different colours and moving images onto the sand. It will create a magical experience for 3-7 year olds across the country to treasure forever. It comes with 12 games that let children explore different surroundings, learn about the ages, volcanos and numbers, draw pictures and make sculptures.


Sally Mackinnon, Marketing Executive of iSandBOX, comments: “iSandBOX is an amazing piece of equipment and what it does for children, in terms of stimulating their imagination and developing coordination and cognitive skills, is fantastic. It has taken a long time to get iSandBOX ready for the UK, but it has been worth the wait. We’re really excited about our official launch. The first iSandBOX unit was installed for demonstrations in Aberdeen a few weeks ago and it’s already creating quite a stir. We’re now out and about speaking to schools, nurseries and educational centres about the benefits that iSandBOX can bring to children and we’re looking forward to seeing the unit in action.”


iSandBOX is now available to hire in the UK and is currently on display at Elevator Business Centre, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen; demonstrations are available by appointment. Later in the year, iSandBOX aims to go on tour with demonstrations being held throughout the UK.


For more information please email Sally Mackinnon at

  • Amy Holtom | May 18, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    What a fantastic idea. I think you should advertise it also for sufferers of dementia/older people in the community, with a different theme of games and/or topics. You would get a lot of business that way too. Let me know if you would like to chat more about this.

    • Admin | May 25, 2016 at 6:47 pm

      Thanks for your comment. Our team will be in touch shortly to discuss opportunities.

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