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Playworld Systems Receives International Design Excellence Awards Recognition






Playworld Systems' NEOS game was a finalist in the 2008 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).


Playworld Systems' NEOS electronic playground game was a finalist in the 2008 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) in the leisure and recreation category.

The awards, hosted by IDEA and BusinessWeek, honor design excellence for a variety of products. This year there were 27 product categories and 1,517 product entries submitted from 25 countries. Playworld Systems was named one of 389 finalists (all categories combined).

"We're honored to be included as a finalist in a respected international competition such as IDEA," said Matt Miller, president of Playworld Systems, Inc. "NEOS has been very well received and a successful new product for Playworld Systems since its launch."

Gold awards went to 35 products; 77 received silver awards and 93 won bronze awards. The gold award in the leisure and recreation category went to SylvanSport GO--mobile adventure gear--that is a "three-in-one towable vehicle that morphs from a compact, traveling profile to a ... to a spacious and comfortable camping configuration."

NEOS brings electronic gaming to outdoor play space with four towers of interactive sound and buttons that light up in random sequence depending on game selection. NEOS sports nine different games and three skill levels. Players compete for points, which are electronically recorded during play.

Playworld Systems is a manufacturer of customized recreation equipment and is headquarted in Lewisburg, Pa.

Visit idsa.org for more about the product awards.


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