2022 Soccer Emperor's Cup final sensory room installed
Since last year, President Katsuhiko Hibino and members of the laboratory have been working together on the sensory room project with the Japan Football Association. deployed. Invited family of 5 (parents and 3 children) had fun with us in various postures such as climbing, hiding, and crawling in an environment where the sound was a little quieter. At the end, I cried because I didn't want to go home. The feature of this fixture is that the layout can be changed freely, but if the size and layout of the room are different, there will be some dangerous parts, so I was careful when assembling it, and I fixed the parts that needed to be fixed. Thanks to the children who watched the game by moving around on the fixtures throughout the game, we were able to discover points for improvement and corrections in the future. I would like to reflect it next time. Once the photos and videos are sorted out, they will be published on the website.
(Click here for the efforts up to last year)
I hope that such a facility will be able to be a sports spectator and a public facility, even if only a little. But it was a great match! It is also very important that your father is a soccer fan and enjoyed watching the game while we were playing with his children. (Unfortunately, the team that was not the one I was rooting for won, but I was satisfied.) Reference) A sensory room is a room where children with developmental disabilities or sensory sensitivities and their families can enjoy watching sports or watching movies together, with measures such as sound insulation and reduced lighting. So, in Europe, many soccer club teams are set up.
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After the installation, the members of the laboratory sat down, climbed up, and inspected the dangerous parts.
M1 Ryosuke Imamura wrote on the blackboard