Interactive Play at The White House

Interactive Play at The White House

By now, you’ve seen the incredible line of interactive play structures available from PDPlay. These innovative products bring the indoors outside, offering elements that invite players to improve fitness and develop and hone motor skills.  Interactive products are particularly attractive to children and teenagers who spend a lot of time indoors playing games on computers, game consoles, or other electronic devices.

One of our most popular products from the line is Sona, an interactive dance and movement platform that allows players to engage in a variety of games driven by sound and motion. Sona combines the virtual fun of gaming with an entertaining, physical outdoor pastime. Children can play together to reach higher levels, hold dance competitions, or just have fun making different sounds happen.

Take a look at Sona in action:

This year, Sona was prominently placed on the South Lawn of The White House for the 2014 Easter Egg Roll. Young visitors of the event spent the day dancing and playing games under the arch while Sona provided feedback and encouragement.

Sona’s engaging nature fell perfectly in line with the First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative, providing a fun opportunity for kids to be physically active and for families to move together!

Find out more on Interactive Play, available exclusively from PDPlay.