As part of our key objectives for 2017, we wanted to begin implementing our ActiveVR technology into real-world settings. After connecting with SuperChefs founder Greg Chang at the 2017 PHA Summit, Blue Goji became a sponsor of the SuperChefs Cookery for Kids Summer Program in Surrey, Vancouver. The program became our first official location for an ActiveVR pilot. At the camp, kids learn how to cook, while also learning how to properly fill their plate with certain categories of food and portion sizes. Beyond teaching kids how to cook, they focus on fostering healthy lifestyles in the young campers. To teach how being healthy is about more than a good diet, the camp also has a physical activity portion where they typically play basketball for an hour and half, with a snack break. With our new partnership, one of the two schools that hosts the camp was set up with our Active Gaming Goji Stations, including Bluetooth-enabled stationary bikes, Oculus Rift headsets, iPads with all of our 2D & 3D games, and Goji Play controllers. After having a team of ours visit the school to set everything up, campers and counselors were left to manage the stations on their own for about six weeks. Having the whole system operated by people who weren’t familiar with everything involved helped point out how we can improve the user interface.