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Gamified furniture designed by Codewise in $2.8 million revamp of Pearson Street Mall, Charlestown | Newcastle Herald

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Technological furniture that incorporates interactive games for children has been installed in Charlestown as part of a $2.8 million transformation of Pearson Street Mall. The transformation includes three pieces of gamified, “high tech, high touch” furniture – a four bench section with a music memory game, nine benches with a whack a mole style game and two benches playing audio, where visitors can sit and listen to works by local musicians and children. The furniture technology is part of Lake Macquarie City Council’s Charlestown CREATE activation project. It was designed by local creative and education company Codewise, whose founder Joe Haig pitched the idea to council after creating a music and design app…



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