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EQ KIDS CLUB TO LAUNCH THE ISandBOX ON FEBRUARY 1ST, 2018 IN FRISCO, TEXAS

EQ KIDS CLUB TO LAUNCH THE ISandBOX ON FEBRUARY 1ST, 2018 IN FRISCO, TEXAS

THE REVOLUTIONARY SANDBOX WILL TAKE THE AUGMENTED REALITY EXPERIENCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL FOR KIDS OF 2-8 AGE

Frisco, TX, USA – January 11, 2018 – The LLC Universal Terminal Systems has proudly announced that EQ Kids Club will launch the world’s first augmented reality sandbox called ISandBOX on February 1st, 2018 at the EQ Kids Club in Frisco, Texas. The revolutionary augmented reality sandbox has been founded by the talented graduate of the Tomsk University of Control Systems and Radio Electronics, Alexei Kuimov in 2009 and in 2014, the company launched the world’s first interactive augmented reality sandbox. Tested in more than 60 schools and preschools in over 8 different countries, the sandbox has shown outstanding performance as an education and therapeutic tool for special needs children.

“Our company is very pleased to sign a partnership agreement with EQ Kids Club, Frisco Texas,” said Marat Bilalutdinov, the Manager of Universal Terminal Systems, while talking about the newly launched sandbox. “In accordance with the terms of this agreement, we pledged to provide EQ Kids Club with exclusive rights to UTS (Universal Terminal Systems) world’s first augmented reality ISandBOX in the state of Texas,” he added. According to the manager, the standard version of the sandbox is designed for simultaneous play of up to 10 children.

In addition, the ISandBOX programmers are working full time on furthering the development of the ISandBOX software. The ISandBOX currently has more than sixteen modes for games and children’s development with more to come. Furthermore, it has been geared for the ages of 2-8 years old and the advanced technology will educate children on the natural phenomena of natural landscapes, seasons of the year, volcanoes and the ice age.

“I am honored to be launching this interactive and educational experience for children. It’s an exciting time for Collin County families as they will be the first to experience this hands-on innovative technology in Texas,” said Marcia Morales, Owner and Founder of EQ Kids Club. “Our aim is to provide families with highly interactive, sustainable, fun sensory toys and the ISandBOX will take that experience one step further,” she added. According to Marcia, the company will continue to use STEM related activities, books, music and role-play to enhance the learning abilities of children.

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