Montanachester
06787 Block Estates
Lake Gene
167 Emard River
North Hassiefort
032 Leonora Spurs

Immersive physical activities for children

EXAR combines animation, video games and physical activities to build an everyday ritual around wellness for children.

Product

EXAR’s state of the art and proprietary web 3.0 solution is built using immersive technologies and artificial intelligence
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Activity zone

First of its kind 3D group physical activities that are built for children. Immerse in structured daily physical activities together with your classmates.
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Why Us

The last 50,000 years of human evolution has happened through physical movements and in the last 2 decades we tend to seize or reduce physical activity to a large extent. This has a tremendous effect on children as physical activity is one of the basic necessities for children to strengthen bones, muscles, hearts, lungs and even the mind. Less than 10% of school going children have structured physical education and sports programs. It is high time we include health and wellness as one of the trivial parts of our education system.
Step 1
EXAR provides a hybrid model for schools to integrate a diverse range of everyday physical activities into their already existing curriculum.
Step 2
EXAR brings physical education in the form of cartoons and games to meet children already where they are.
Step 3
Our PE teacher login will bring the existing faculty to speed on training schedule, exercise science and progress of each student.
Step 4
EXAR covers CBSE physical education syllabus, National Education Policy (NEP) requirements, WHO recommendations for children and advanced comprehensive physical activity programs.

About us

We are a group of technology and health professionals who have fallen in love with the process of helping children build an everyday ritual around health and wellness.

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