All Systems Go is a brand new interactive ball machine going into Cayton Children’s Museum by Sharewell (formerly known as Zimmer Children’s Museum). This ball machine is loaded with an array of interactive devices and functions. It’s equipped with hand cranks, foot pedals, a bouncy seat, and special gears to twist and turn that will change the course of the circulating golf balls depending on how the user decides to interact with the machine. The machine is designed to illustrate to young museum-goers the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. Check out these photos of our ball machine team assembling the hundreds of feet of metal track.
Stay tuned for more behind-the-scenes photos as this project continues! Look back on our last blog post with photos of the first stages of fabrication: New Ball Machine For Cayton Children’s Museum
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