Smarter and healthier kids, happier teachers.
Lü transforms any space into an active and immersive educational environment where kids are engaged physically, intellectually and socially-emotionally.
Less than 10% of children are doing enough physical activity
Diversifying learning and teaching modes is one of the main challenges of Education
Social-emotional and physical skills are often neglected when integrating technology
We don’t want to brag, but we’re changing the game.
Ben WellsElementary PE Teacher, Bennett Ranch Elementary School
“Childhood obesity becoming a concern worldwide, we as physical educators need to engage all students. Lü allows more kids to be engaged and more kids to be active. It’s a game changer, it allows you to do so much more.”
Marthe EmondManaging Director, Monts-et-Marées School Board
“Research shows that moving and physical activity stimulates cognitive development and favors learning. You’re also dealing with play as a learning mode and vehicle for learning, hence Lü is a fantastic medium.”
Ed BrownSTEM Teacher in autism and disability focused middle school, S.U.P.E.R Learning Center
“It helps kids with their right-brain training and their neuroplasticity. To me it’s about getting all my students engaged, even the ones that are out of shape and the ones that do not want to do anything, as much as the athletic ones.”
Brittney BrownPrincipal, Willow Lake Elementary School
“The impact of the Lü has been tremendous. It has allowed our students to be more engaged, but also for us to incorporate the education piece with physical activity, cooperation and teamwork altogether.”
Mike KneeboneDirector of Technology, Washington Township School District
“Implementation of the Lü has been really easy. I really liked the cross-curriculum piece built-in. Anything we can do to make lesson-planning easier for our teacher, we will do.”
Matt WittAudiovisual Specialist
“You’re finally adding a solid piece of technology to the gym that interests the kids and also adds value to the gym teacher’s curriculum, giving them something to work with that is on par with a technology-minded generation.”