Eye Development Meets Entertainment

This thoughtful sensory toy, called Wiggle, stems from designer Adva Rave’s own immersive experience working with visually impaired kids and aims to help children practice their eye movements while having fun. The therapeutic toy hangs from the ceiling, swinging in a controlled slow movement to help kids anticipate direction to catch it. With continued use, it helps develop central and peripheral vision, movement of the pupil, acute 3D perception/timing as well as hand-eye coordination.

Designer: Adva Rave

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