Installing an open-ended creative experience on the wall (without screens or removable parts)
is the key to a wildly popular space that mesmerizes 20+ visitors of all ages.
(See it in play.☟)
The Everbright is a modern re-imagining of the giant Light Bright, making creativity accessible to everyone, without removable parts.
Hundreds of unique, illuminated analog dials rotate easily through a spectrum of 158 colors.
Unlike a traditional lite brite, where visitors must wait for pegs to become available, then carefully remove each peg of the last group’s design before they can begin, the Everbright makes creativity instantly accessible to up to 20 visitors at once.
So a baby can share the creative canvas with a group of tweens, networking toddlers, grandparents, and the parents, too.
Up to 20 visitors can play side by side. Each dial rotates through every color of the rainbow. No pegs means anyone can just walk up and start creating, without waiting or having to manually undo the last group’s design.
People attract people. When people see people creating, they want to create, too.
This community of creators becomes the main attraction.
Sometimes adults don’t engage because they’re keeping tabs on a toddler, or they don’t want to keep someone else waiting. Dials remove limited time as a barrier to entry. Create for 5 seconds or five minutes. It’s satisfying either way. There’s no cost to stopping or starting.
Even if visitors were just here yesterday, they’re curious today. What else can I create? A curious + creative mindset makes the best kind of learner. Open-ended creativity induces this mindset. It’s so satisfying to just stand there, watching the colors change.
Every visit feels fresh. No one picks up pegs. If you’re here for that, we’re here for that.
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