Oliver Sharp’s idea was to create heart rate-boosting activity; hence the heart rate curves. It is supposed to be strenuous but also with a touch of play, and the classic game “The Buzz Wire Game,” which is about controlling your heart rate while maintaining focus and eye-hand coordination, has been incorporated.
“It is intentionally more stylish than what you usually find in today's schoolyards, but at the same time it is playful. Young people want to create their own thing, and here they get to exercise their creativity, regardless of whether they are competing or not. Of course, there is no current in the zigzagging heart rate curve they try to get past in the built-in Buzz Wire game. So, there will be no big shock, just an alarm that goes off,” he says with a smile.
Oliver contacted Glänta Design, which develops outdoor furniture and outdoor gyms, and a collaboration was initiated.
“I am very proud of Pulsen. It is sustainably produced with untreated oak, lasts a very long time and has the stylish design that characterizes all of Glänta Design’s products.
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