The Pogi is a playful object, developed for children with ADHD. It can be described as a three-dimensional hoop, which is connected to the floor and the ceiling with elastic straps. The design and construction of the Pogi allow children with an excess of energy to let off steam while they play with it. It is constructed out of a metal frame, covered with textile upholstery. The Pogi was my graduation project. Before graduating, I did a user-test at a summer camp. Over 40 children explored the Pogi in an unimaginable way. In 2005, the first Pogi was produced by Janssen-Fritsen BV.

Pogi website
Janssen-Fritsen Gymnastics
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