Attendees Take the Controls to Explore Playground Discovery with Cosmo

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (January 19, 2006) – AT KidSystems(TM), the manufacturer of products emerging from the human factors engineering and research and development initiatives of AnthroTronix, Inc., provided attendees at the 2006 Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference and Exhibition with a hands-on demonstration of its state-of-the-art assistive technology product line.  Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) is an innovation in learning for children with and without disabilities.

“ATIA provides the assistive technology industry a forum with which to showcase new products and services.  It is a must-attend event for anyone who is in the market for the latest technologies to enhance their business success,” said Dr. Corinna E. Lathan, Chief Executive Officer of AT KidSystems(TM) and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AnthroTronix, Inc.  “We have had phenomenal response since we first unveiled our beta version of Cosmo’s Learning Systems.  It is a celebrated milestone to be at ATIA with our finished product line ready for sale to the assistive technology community.”

During the ATIA Conference and Exhibition which is being held from January 18-21, 2006, at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Florida, AT KidSystems(TM) is demonstrating Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) in Booth #203.  Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with the computer interface device, Mission Control(TM), to experience the first Cosmo’s Play and Learn(TM) software educational program titled Playground Discovery.

Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) motivates children with developmental age of 2-to-8 years with entertaining activities that support individual education and rehabilitation goals.  Children with and without disabilities use Mission Control(TM) in place of a mouse or keyboard to engage the virtual character Cosmo(TM) in exploring numerous activities featured in Cosmo’s Play and Learn Software(TM) program.  Mission Control(TM) is a unique computer access device equipped with four large state-of-the-art aFFx(TM) activators, a built-in microphone and four external ports to accommodate additional switches.

“We are excited about the Saturday morning session presented by Speech Language Therapist Jenifer Bilyew and Occupational Therapist Elaine Schwartz on the development and use of Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM),” said Judd Nathanson, President and Chief Operating Officer of AT KidSystems(TM).  “We’ve received tremendous interest from educators and therapists who tried the products during the development phase and are now literally lining up at the door anxious to introduce Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) into their daily routines.  ATIA is a great launching pad to open more doors to the existing new opportunities available with Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM).”