Regarding the principles of placing children’s amusement park equipment:
- Emphasize Strengths: Near the entrance, place equipment with vibrant colors and distinctive designs to attract attention. As time goes on and children have explored the existing equipment, newly acquired devices should be prominently placed to highlight the park’s strengths and increase exposure to new equipment.
- Themed Areas: With a diverse range of equipment in the children’s amusement park, each with its own features, ensure that the placement integrates with surrounding equipment. Establish themes for each area to make it easier for children to find their preferred devices and facilitate the routine maintenance of equipment.
- Combine Popular and Less Popular: Given the varying preferences of each child, avoid concentrating popular devices in one area. Combine less popular devices with popular ones to ensure that a broader range of equipment receives attention. Some seemingly less popular devices may turn out to be interesting once experienced.
- Comprehensive Planning: Ideally, design equipment installations to be movable for adjustments after a period of operation. When planning, ensure there is sufficient space between devices to avoid a crowded appearance, as children often run around in the park, and crowded equipment may lead to collisions.
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