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Short Description

Kinetic is an interactive input device or switch interface building on the principles of kinesthetic learning. The product contains a gyroscope which is able to determine its orientation and send this information wirelessly either to an iPad or one of Pretorian's SimplyWorks receivers. It is also able to determine when it is tapped or moved in a particular direction.

Additional Info

More Details

* Kinetic may be used for many different activities, for example, place the unit in a soft play cube and link it either to Smooth Talker or Smooth Talker AAC app and a different message plays as each face of the cube is turned uppermost. Use a soft play cube with pockets on all sides and it is possible to make the messages match the images you insert into the pockets.

* You could use images of animals (and their corresponding noises), shapes, textures, colours or use it as a speaking dice.

* Kinetic also has a Find-Me activity where the therapist asks that the user finds a particular image on the cube. When they successfully find it, they receive a 'reward' such as a clip of their favourite music. Find-Me-Sequence activity builds on this principle by asking the user to find all six images in turn.

* Kinetic can also be made to be a soft switch when inserted in a soft play shape and is suitable for sensory rooms. It can be made to turn on toys and mains electrical devices through the SimplyWorks range.

* Visit the supplier's webpage for more activity ideas.

* Dice - Plays a message relevant to the face that's turned uppermost. Use with a soft play cube.
* Find-Me - Gives a reward output for finding the correct face. Use with a soft play cube.
* Find-Me-Sequence - Gives a reward output for each face requested, in turn. Use with a soft play cube.
* Dice-as-a-Switch - Gives a switch output each time the dice is turned to a new face. Use with a soft play cube.
* Tap/Catch - Gives a switch output each time it is tapped (or caught in a throw and catch situation).
* Tilt/Float - Gives a switch output each time the unit is tilted beyond 30deg. Can be used as a tilting switch either in a soft play cube or placed in a waterproof box to be used as a float switch in a hydrotherapy pool.

Other Features
* Wireless operation either over SimplyWorks or Bluetooth (for iPad).
* Built in lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
* Automatic power-off to conserve battery life.
* Programmable for Activity and output Function.


* Two versions are available:
1. Kinetic for iPad - For use with Smooth Talker AAC app, for playing music or videos clips, creating alternative access options and unique learning activities where iPad is used, choose Kinetic for iPad.

2. Kinetic for SimplyWorks - If using it with Smooth Talker hardware or to switch on and off 'real world' devices such as toys and mains appliances, choose Kinetic for SimplyWorks.

Place Of Manufacture

Pretorian, UK

Models And Options


There are two versions:
* Kinetic for iPad
* Kinetic for SimplyWorks


Specification Standard
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* Compatibility...... Kinetic for iPad - iOS devices (iOS7 or higher)
* Connection...... Bluetooth
* Battery Type........built-in rechargeable via USB



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Kinetic In Use


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