Virtual racers

6th June 2008 at 01:00
Three schools are piloting a new computer system, which enables pupils to row, run and cycle "virtual races" against each other

Three schools are piloting a new computer system, which enables pupils to row, run and cycle "virtual races" against each other. Gymkids Elite connects to gym equipment and allows pupils to race their rivals in the same, or other, schools. Pupils on the Bedfordshire pilot scheme can see how they are doing in the race on a computer screen.

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