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WHAT IS TUNNEL VISION?
Alcohol impacts a person’s abilities in many ways.  It shows up in slurred speech, balance, and loss of inhibition.  Alcohol also impacts vision, reasoning, judgment, and concentration. 
Peripheral vision is the ability to see objects and movement outside of a person’s direct line of vision.  While we rely on straight-ahead, central vision for reading, driving and recognizing friends and objects, our peripheral vision is essential for sensing movement, depth perception and orientation.  It’s sometimes described as “I saw it out of the corner of my eye.”  People who have consumed relatively moderate amounts of alcohol experience reduced peripheral vision, and are less likely “to perceive or recognize objects and signals outside the central visual field.
This change in focus and judgment can be described as Tunnel Vision.  A person that is experiencing Tunnel Vision may intently focus on an object directly in front of them but are not as aware of what is happening outside of their central visual field.  A car, a person, or an animal will not catch their attention until it/they have moved from their peripheral vision into the line of their central vision when it may be too late to react safely.
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" Fatal Reflections "
Comes with 2 staff
6 Fatal Vision Goggles
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Computer with printer on site with Fatal Reflections
Driving course with cart ( pictured below)
Young people might think that crashes due to alcohol impairment only happen to other people. Fatal Reflections® 3.0 generates a personalized multimedia presentation in a news story format. Take digital pictures of participants and assign them roles in a crash scene. Creates a fast-paced, custom news story that describes the incident, and plays pieces of conversation about the varied consequences (for example: an emergency room nurse describing the subject’s injuries and their B.A.C. at the time of admittance).
Printed on site
Dying High: Teens In The E.R.
Gives teens a chance to see what goes on inside emergency rooms during drug overdoses, alcohol poisoning, and more, with emphasis on the consequences of risk-taking behavior. Includes teacher's resource book and student handouts. Also available in Spanish.

Approximate length:26 minutes Grades 7-Adult
We also offer large screen movies
America's Bloody Highways
Graphically shows the reality of drunk driving in the United States. Eighty-two images of real people, real victims, real vehicles, real injuries, and real fatalities delivers a powerful punch. Both English and Spanish version available on same video. WARNING: Extremely graphic images!!

Approximate length:13 min.   Grades 9-Adult   
Studies show that peer pressure and the need to fit in are often reason enough for young people to put themselves at risk. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers; and for both men and women, drivers aged 16 to 19 have the highest average annual crash and traffic violations.
So you think you can drink and drive... Think again!

Specials goggles to simulate varying degrees of intoxication
along with a golf cart on a road course will shock you!

Great for Grad Parties college events heath fairs
Welcome to Family Friendly Entertainment a family and corporate oriented entertainment and event rental service agency, specializing in NASCAR and DUI simulators, drunk driving simulation.  Family Friendly Entertainment inc.located in Grand Rapids Michigan (Western Michigan) has a touring network that covers Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio and nationwide.   Friendly attendants bring great fun services and activities from hypnotists and moonwalk rentals to 5 sided rockwalls with cliff like edges to where your special event is being held.   When using Family Friendly Entertainment's party planning service, all ages from toddlers to adults will experience an adrenaline rush as they experience carnival midways to extreme sports!
If you are looking for college and high school student activities, then Family Friendly Entertainment is your answer!  Select arts and crafts such as fabric spray tie dye t-shirts, spin art cards and frisbees, or dream catchers.  Looking for keepsake items for that special high school senior grad party lock in event or Bar Mitzvah?  Try photo novelty items!  Family Friendly Entertainments photo novelties include t-shirts, metal dog tags, plastic key chains, ceramic mugs, mousepads, snoglobes, bobbleheads.  Decorate your own flip flops!  Spin art frisbees!   International and ethnic arts and crafts include dreamcatchers custom ordered in school colors, decorate your own pet pinatas, and feather Mardi Gras masks.  Other grad party ideas for high schools and colleges may include hypnotists, wax hands, micro reality stockcar radio controlled racing, miniature motorways slot car racing, crab racing, goldfish racing, high strikers, trackless train, giant slides, ...   
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DUI " RC CAR "
Students try parking turning and driving the remote DUI, then put on the DUI goggles and they see the difference of being impaired. 
Distracted & Impaired Driving
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Talking and texting on cell phones while driving is a growing safety concern that seriously diminishes a driver's ability to operate a motor vehicle. A recent report by Car and Driver finds that decreased reaction times caused by reading and writing text messages can increase stopping distances by more than 50 feet (Fox News May 2009). 
We provide students with a hands-on and engaging activity that dramatically demonstrates the dangers of distracted and impaired driving. Texting a friend on a cell phone, plugging an address into the GPS, eating fries,tending to a child, and browsing an MP3 player for that favorite song can distract and hinder a driver’s person’s reaction time just long enough to produce a dangerous and potentally tragic situation.  The lesson begins when your participant tries to accomplish two simultaneous activities while wearing Fatal Reaction® and using Distract-A-Match.
Texting While Driving (Very Graphic)
by Mark Baker
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EVERY driver should see this, especially teenagers. It is very graphic and is recommended for 18 and older but if they wait till 18 to see it, they may not reach 18. As a firefighter, I see this stuff all too often. PARENTS: Watch this by yourself first then WITH your kids. Explain to them that if they HAVE TO phone or text, pull over and stop in a SAFE location first, THEN use the phone.
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Hi Chris,

I just wanted to let you know that Family Friendly Entertainment was at our event yesterday for Alcohol Awareness Week.  The students really loved their new equipment!  Both the Fatal Reflections and remote control car were a big hit.  Thank you again for working with us to help us create a great event for our students.  Gary always does a great job for us!

 

Keri
University of Toledo
A 20” x 30” touch-screen allows for the input of personalized information including gender, weight, drinking start time, time spent drinking, and the number of drinks consumed. Using this information, intoxiclock® displays on a separate monitor a person’s B.A.C. and the time it will take the body to metabolize the alcohol. intoxiclock counts down in real-time the metabolizing of the alcohol drip-by-drip.
 
Your audience will get a real sense of how long it takes a body to eliminate that alcohol.  You can then modify the initial input by adding drinks, changing between male and female and their weights, or advancing the time from the first drink. In doing so, Intoxiclock instantaneously shows the impact of changing these various factors on B.A.C. The comprehensive Instructor’s Guide will prepare and assist you in delivering a memorable awareness and prevention message.
New Features:

    * The newly added consumption button lets you compare the impact of sipping a drink versus consuming a drink at a moderate rate or slamming a drink.  Show your participants the difference in peak BAC between different drinking patterns.
    * Use the new menu feature to set the size of a Standard Drink unit according to country.  The menu also allows a person’s weight to be displayed in grams or pounds. 
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SUM IT CUP 
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Use the S.U.M.·It·CUP® to demonstrate and educate adults (21+ years old) on the volume of one standard drink for popular alcohol beverages. The SUM-IT-CUP® (Standard Unit of Measure) is a new educational tool designed to show adults what measure of various types of popular beverages constitute a standard sized drink. For example, a 12 oz beer, a 5 oz glass of wine and a 1.25 oz shot of an 80 proof alcohol all have the same amount of alcohol. However, when pouring one of these drinks many people will significantly overestimate the amount of beverage they believe to be a standard sized drink.  This may lead to inadvertent binge drinking and to a more significant level of impairment.
 
Knowing what constitutes a standard sized drink is critical to knowing how consuming these larger drinks affect an individual’s blood alcohol concentration (B.A.C.). To be a responsible drinker means to know much alcohol are in the drinks you are consuming.
Use this tricycle to show students how impairment effects coordination and driving abilities, such as steering, speed control, vision, and sense of direction. Features robust pedals for a secure grip and two industrial strength wheel bearings for long term smooth running. Durable powder coating.
This mobile game will demonstrate how depth perception, balance, coordination, and mobility are affected by drug and alcohol impairment. Includes one 16" red scooter; 12" dia. red basketball hoop with closed nylon net to prevent ball from hitting students
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DUI Trikes trying to judge corners with the beer goggles