The program is called “It’s Never 2 Late” (iN2L), and it’s kind of like a giant iPad with various apps. Skyline Retirement Community in Seattle even hired a specialist to show its residents how to use it, according to King 5 News.
Users can play games, Skype with family members, look at family photos, watch home movies, workout to exercise videos, and more. It's entirely customizable for each person.
They also use it for singalongs. Participants can pull up old videos with words on the screen, and some peoples’ faces light up when they recognize a tune.
You can see the tech in action at King 5 News.