Playground with unique technical trick: hum, hum, hum, Zwickau plays

Thanks to the great app, children from the age of five can gain a new playground experience in Zwickau.

Zwickau – The playground at Schlobigpark in Zwickau now offers a unique experience for children: you can not only slide or climb there, but also enter a virtual world while walking around. This was made possible by the power supply in Zwickau.

Project Director Maximilian Wehner (24) of ZEV presented the new application on Wednesday – the mayor of Zwickau, Constance Arndt (43, BfZ) was surprised. © Ralph Koons

Together with partners, the company has added so-called “augmented reality elements” to the stadium on the Molde River.

“Our concept is so far unique throughout Central Germany,” says project manager Maximilian Wiener (24).

With the free “zeVAR” app, which will be available from Monday in both the Apple Store and Google Play Store, it’s possible to survey a beehive on the climbing tower using a smartphone or tablet.

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“Then our famous Zosel takes a virtual tour around the stadium and explains the importance of renewable energies,” Weiner said.

Climbing towers are converted into a beehive school or beehives, for example.

From now on, not only children can experience the playground at Schlobigpark in Zwickau in real form.

From now on, not only children can experience the playground at Schlobigpark in Zwickau in real form. © Ralph Koons

ZEV wants to introduce girls and boys from the age of five to the topic of sustainability in a fun way.

“Great. It would be cool if it looked like that in real life,” said student Linus S. (10), who tested the app on Wednesday.

“At the end of the tour, Zwusel points out that children should explore the slides and climbing towers and again on their own without a mobile phone,” adds project manager Wehner.

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In the next few days, an app dashboard will also be attached to the stadium.

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Frank Mccarthy

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