Please note: Since LUMOplay is a software subscription, we do not provide invoices in advance. Our current pricing is always available on our website.
What makes LUMOplay different?
LUMO is community-driven. We make new apps in response to customer requests. We regularly monitor all of our social media platforms so our community can reach us, and we work hard to make sure LUMOplay meets the needs of our customers.
We believe in supporting communities. We encourage customers to source equipment, installation, and maintenance services close to home. This is better for the planet, a boost for local economies, and more cost effective for everyone.
We use LUMOplay. We've been using LUMOplay in our own homes since 2010. We really care about it, and we often make apps for and with our own kids.
Here's an app Curtis made recently with his son, who not only drew all the art, but also added hilarious sound effects.
LUMOplay offers a free version. We know it can be hard to commit to a subscription as part of a grant, so if you don't want to include us in your application, LUMOplay Free is available to get you started.
LUMOplay Free is feature-locked, which means there are some things you'll need to pay to access. Here is a current list of the apps available with LUMOplay Free.
We occasionally run ads for our own new apps and promotions in LUMOplay Free, but we try to keep them to a minimum, and we don't sell ad space or data to other companies.
If you prefer to factor the cost of a paid subscription into your grant application, our subscription pricing is available here.
What if I need help?
We provide free email support to everyone in our community, and remote calibration assistance for $50/session. Sessions take under 1 hour and will include training so you'll know how to calibrate the system if you need to move it in the future. If you want to be sure your system is calibrated correctly, this fee should be included as part of your grant application.
If you're looking for one source for all the hardware you need, there are two kits available from Simply NUC. We work directly with them to choose and test the hardware.
The Interactive Floor Display kit is suitable for a classroom or small space (like a sensory room) where the lighting can be controlled. It doesn't have to be completely dark for the system to work, but the projector is small and designed to be easy for a teacher to install, so it's not bright enough for a gym or brightly lit area.
This kit costs $1599 plus shipping and taxes, and can be purchased here.
The Hardware Essentials kit allows you to use any projector, so your overall system can be brighter. You'd need to source your own projector or use one the school already has. This kit costs $999 plus shipping and taxes, and can be purchased here.
If you're planning to submit your grant application at a later date, please use those links to confirm current pricing, as prices may change.
If you'd rather source your hardware locally, here's a handy list you can browse through.
Feel free to send us links to specific products if you want a second opinion on your hardware choices before adding a product as a line item in your grant application.
Mailing address: 4000 Rue St. Ambroise, Montreal, Canada, H4C 2C7
Phone: +1 833-438-5866.
Still have questions?
Please contact us! We're happy to do whatever we can to support you.