#1190: PlayScale

Given the rise in obesity the range of bodyweights amongst youngsters is widening.

In the playground, this may mean that any two children are unable to enjoy a see-saw together.

Today’s invention is therefore a see-saw mechanism which measures the weights of two children who sit on it and subtly shortens the side on which the heavier child is seated -so as to bring the device into balance (probably by sliding the seats along the seesaw rail).

This means that both fat and very skinny children get a chance to play (and exercise) together.

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