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Israeli Dad Makes Screen Time Healthier for His Kids

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If you’ve ever wished that the children in your life would spend more time being active instead of sitting in front of a computer screen, you’ll love what one Israeli dad created for his kids.

Eylon Porat, OEM manager at The Mako Group in New York, posted a photo of a girl pedaling on a stationary bike that is located under a computer desk. The caption explains that kids have to pedal in order to unlock the computer for a certain time period, and when they run out of credits the computer locks again until they pedal enough “credits” to unlock it.

Considering how popular his post has been on Facebook, he just might need to mass produce his innovation!

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