FutureLabs Joins Forces with Cadbury and NextSense in Expanding Accessible Easter Egg Hunt

Daniel Hewitt

Recently, we were thrilled to collaborate with Cadbury and NextSense in expanding the Accessible Easter Egg Hunt to Sydney following last year's event in Melbourne, marking a significant milestone in our journey towards fostering inclusivity through innovative technology.

Our partnership with Cadbury and NextSense allowed us to leverage our expertise in creative technology to reimagine the traditional Easter egg hunt experience for individuals with visual impairments. By integrating sound, Bluetooth, and proximity sensor technologies, we transformed the event into an auditory adventure, ensuring that everyone could participate in the festivities.

The success of this pioneering initiative was truly inspiring, and we were grateful for the opportunity to be featured in recent press, highlighting our role in revolutionising the Easter celebration and our commitment to championing inclusivity and accessibility through groundbreaking solutions.

Cadbury's decision to extend the Accessible Easter Egg Hunt to Sydney exemplifies their dedication to creating a more inclusive society, and we are honoured to have played a part in this affirming endeavour. As we reflect on this achievement, we are excited about the future possibilities for technology to make a positive impact on people's lives.

At FutureLabs, we remain steadfast in our mission to drive social change through innovation, and we look forward to continuing our collaboration with visionary brands like Cadbury and organisations like NextSense. Together, we can shape a more inclusive world, where everyone has the opportunity to participate fully and equally in every aspect of life.

Read the full article on Mediaweek here.

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