Operations Manual - Starlight Children`s Foundation

Operations Manual - Starlight Children`s Foundation

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2.1 Moving the Fun Center Unit

Warning Move the unit with care. Children should not move the unit without proper guidance from an adult.

Warning Quick stops, excessive force, or uneven surfaces may cause the Fun

Center unit to tip while being moved.

When moving the Fun Center unit, observe the following steps and warnings:

1. Disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Properly store the power cord by winding it around the power cord hook in the back of the unit below the cabinet.

2. Unlock the two locking casters (wheels).

3. Push on the cabinet to move the Fun Center unit. Use the yellow guard rail attached to the cabinet to guide the Fun Center unit. Do not pull or guide from the front. Do not push on the TV.

4. When the Fun Center unit is being set up for play, roll it into position, then lock the two locking casters.

5. When not in use, properly store the power cord by winding it around the power cord hook in the back of the unit below the cabinet. This prevents:

• The power cord from being a tripping hazard

• People from stepping on the power cord

• Equipment from rolling over the power cord

• Objects from resting on the power cord

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2.2 Playing a Wii U Game

Note All Nintendo games carry Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) ratings to help parents make informed choices about suitable video game content. For information about the ESRB rating, or to comment about the appropriateness of the rating, visit the ESRB website at esrb.org.

To play a Wii U game:

1. Connect the power cord plug of the Fun Center unit to a 3-wire, grounding-type power outlet.

2. Make sure the power cord on the Fun Center unit is plugged into a power outlet and that the TV is powered ON.

3. Press the POWER Button on the Wii U GamePad to power ON the Wii U console.

4. To start a game, tap a game icon to select it and tap again to start. To access more games, tap the onscreen arrows to toggle between the HOME Menu pages.

5. Following are possible controller options for gameplay. Which controller option you choose depends on the game and whether there is one or two players.

Wii U

GamePad

Wii Remote

Plus

Wii Remote

Plus

Nunchuk

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If there is a message on the TV to connect or disconnect the Nunchuk, toggle the

Nunchuk switch.

6. Select a different game by pressing the HOME Button on the GamePad and then tapping the Wii U Menu.

2.3 Playing a Wii Game

The Wii U console is backwards compatible with nearly all existing Wii games. If you have any Wii Game Discs, they can be played with this Fun Center unit using the Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk.

Note The Wii U GamePad cannot be used as a controller for Wii games, but it can be used to view gameplay. Use the Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk controllers to play Wii games.

To play a Wii game:

1. Make sure there is not a game disc in the Wii U console. If the disc LED is lit, then there is a disc inside the console. Press the EJECT Button to remove the disc from the console.

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Caution Do not insert multiple discs into the Wii U console disc slot. Inserting multiple discs damages the disc drive and can cause all discs to become stuck in the console. Removal of discs will require the console be sent to Nintendo for service.

2. Insert the Wii Game Disc into the disc slot with the label face up.

3. Tap the Wii game icon on the GamePad touch screen.

4. Use the Wii Remote Plus to point at the TV and select one of the following options:

TV Only—Gameplay displays on the TV screen.

TV and GamePad—Gameplay displays on both the TV and the GamePad screen.

This is useful when the TV cannot be positioned for easy viewing, whereas the

GamePad can be propped on a table, chair, or lap.

5. The console powers ON to the Wii Menu. To select the Wii game, use the Wii Remote

Plus to point the cursor at the Wii game, then press the A Button.

6. To return to the Wii U Menu to play a Wii U game, press the HOME Button and use the Wii Remote Plus to select Wii Menu. Then select the Wii U Menu and press

Start.

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2.4 Using a Video-On-Demand Service

To activate or deactivate a video-on-demand account, see the following procedures:

Caution Be sure to deactivate video-on-demand accounts between patient use.

Service Activate account

1. Launch the Netflix application.

2. Tap Member Sign In on the Wii U GamePad touch screen.

3. Use the onscreen keyboard to enter your email address and password.

1. Launch the huluPLUS application.

2. Tap Log In, then tap Log in

with your email address

and password.

3. Tap Open keyboard on the

Wii U GamePad, then enter your email address and password.

1. Launch the amazon instant video application.

2. Select Sign in and start

watching, then press the A

Button.

3. Enter your email address and password.

4. Select Sign in using our

secure server, then press the A Button.

Deactivate account

1. Launch the Netflix application.

2. Enter the following sequence using the +Control Pad on the Wii U

GamePad: Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, up, up, up, up.

3. Tap the Deactivate button on the

Wii U GamePad touch screen, then tap Yes.

1. Launch the huluPLUS application.

2. Use the +Control Pad to navigate to the settings menu. Press the A

Button.

3. Select LOGOUT. Press the A

Button.

4. Select Log out of huluPLUS.

Press the A Button.

1. Launch the amazon instant video application.

2. Press the Y Button.

3. Navigate to Deregister your

device, then press the A Button.

4. Select Unregister your device, then press the A Button.

5. Select OK, then press the A

Button.

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2.5 Adding New Games

Adding new games to your Fun Center unit is easy. You can purchase them directly from

Nintendo eShop by adding funds to your Nintendo eShop account with a credit card or

Nintendo eShop Card, or using a Nintendo Prepaid Card purchased from a retailer.

The games available on Nintendo eShop range from full-fledged Wii U titles, to old-school

Nintendo games, to downloadable content for existing games, to a large variety of indie games. All games and content you purchase will be part of your Fun Center game library for the life of the unit.

To access Nintendo eShop, you need:

• An Internet connection (see Section 2.2, Connecting to the Internet).

• The Parental Controls PIN code (see Section 2.3, Setting up Parental Controls).

Once you have an Internet connection and the Parental Controls PIN code in hand, do the following:

1. Select the Nintendo eShop icon from the HOME Menu.

2. Tap the Search box and type the name of the game title you want or browse to the game title from the game catalogue.

3. Once you have identified the selected game title: a. Tap Purchase.

b. Enter the Parental Controls PIN code.

c. Tap Next.

4. Follow the prompts to add the zip code for the billing address (this may only need to be done once).

5. Select one of the following:

Add Funds – to add a set amount of funds to the account – $10, $20, $50, or

$100.

Pay Remainder Using a Credit Card – to add the exact amount of funds needed to cover this single game purchase.

6. Follow the prompts to enter the credit card information.

7. Tap Download to begin downloading the game.

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2.5.1 Monitoring Downloads and Installation

Use Download Management to check the download status of software purchased from

Nintendo eShop.

1. Press the HOME Button to open the HOME Menu.

2. Tap Download Management.

This screen allows you to track of the progress of any game downloads and installations. When in progress, there is an estimated time for completion.

Note Games can take anywhere from 20 minutes to several hours to download and install depending on two important factors: game size and Internet bandwidth.

Caution Do not power OFF the Fun Center unit while a game is installing; doing so corrupts the file and requires you to delete and download the game again. Go to the Download Management screen to view progress.

2.6 Connecting to the Internet

Connecting your Fun Center unit to the Internet allows users to watch video-on-demand using their personal Netflix, huluPLUS, or amazon instant video accounts. It also allows your hospital to access Nintendo eShop to purchase and download new games for your Fun Center unit.

Your healthcare facility may require additional set up from the IT department to allow a Fun

Center unit to connect to the network. Depending on which method you or your IT department choose, Nintendo recommends connecting the Fun Center unit to a network as an “authorized device.” An “authorized device” does not require login or a user to agree to a terms-of-use in the Internet browser each time they use the Fun Center unit. The Internet browser is blocked via Parental Controls on the Wii U console in the Fun Center unit, therefore a login and terms-of-use agreement are inaccessible to the end user.

To connect the Fun Center unit to a network as an “authorized device,” the IT department may need the MAC address for the Wii U console. To identify the MAC address, see Section

2.2.1, MAC address.

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Following are two ways to connect your Fun Center unit to the Internet:

• Ethernet Cable

• Fastest and most stable connection

• Ethernet port required

• Wi-Fi Network

• Most convenient connection

• No Ethernet port required

2.6.1 MAC Address

To identify the MAC address, do the following:

1. Make sure the Wii U console and GamePad are powered ON.

2. Double-tap the Misc folder.

3. Double-tap the Wrench icon to access System Settings.

4. Tap the Internet icon.

5. Tap View MAC Address.

Consult your IT system administrator with questions on the best way to connect your Fun

Center unit to the network.

2.6.2 Ethernet Cable

There is a port for an Ethernet cable on the Fun Center unit underneath the main cabinet. To use the Ethernet port, you need an Ethernet cable long enough to run from the Fun Center unit to the Ethernet port in the wall or network box/router. You also need to install a LAN adapter in the Fun Center unit.

To obtain a LAN adapter, choose one of the following options:

• Remove a LAN adapter from one of your existing Fun Center units powered by a Wii console. Every Fun Center unit powered by a Wii console has a LAN adapter and it is not a sub-component that is used. Removing it from an existing Fun Center unit will not alter the unit’s playability.

• Contact the Fun Center Unit Support Hotline at 877.716.8550 to order a LAN adapter.

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Once you have obtained a LAN adapter, install it in the Fun Center unit as follows:

1. Use the Fun Center unit key to open the left door.

2. Connect the blue LAN extender cable to the Ethernet connector on the LAN adapter.

3. Connect the USB plug of the LAN adapter to the open USB port on the back of the Wii

U console.

Once the LAN adapter is installed in the Fun Center unit, connect to the Internet as follows:

1. Make sure the Wii U console and GamePad are powered ON.

2. Double-tap the Misc folder.

1. Double-tap the Wrench icon to access System Settings.

2. Tap the Internet icon, then enter the Parental Controls PIN code. (For information about your Parental Controls PIN code, see Section 2.3, Setting up Parental Controls.)

3. Tap Connect to the Internet.

4. Tap Connection Types.

5. Tap Wired Connection, then tap OK.

6. The Wii U now performs a connection test.

• If the connection test fails, select OK to receive an error code and detailed information on why the connection test failed. Then, consult your system administrator.

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7. If the connection test is successful, select OK to continue.

8. When asked if you would like to make this your default connection, select Set if you wish this to be your default connection or No if you do not.

2.6.3 Wi-Fi Network

To connect to the Internet through an available Wi-Fi network, conduct the following procedure:

1. Make sure the Wii U console and GamePad are powered ON.

2. Double-tap the Misc folder.

1. Double-tap the Wrench icon to access System Settings.

2. Select the Internet icon and press the A Button.

3. Select Connect to the Internet.

• The Wii U will search for available Wi-Fi networks in your area.

4. Once the search completes, scroll up and down through the list of networks and select the name of your Wi-Fi network.

• If your wireless network is not in the list, or if no wireless networks are displayed, see your system administrator.

5. If prompted, use the onscreen keyboard to enter your Wi-Fi network’s security key

(wireless password) and select OK when finished.

• If you receive an error message stating, “The security key you entered is incorrect,” then the security key you entered was not a valid security key.

• If you do not know your Wi-Fi network’s security key, see your system administrator.

6. The Wii U now performs a connection test.

• If the connection test fails, select OK to receive an error code and detailed information on why the connection test failed. Then, consult your system administrator.

7. If the connection test is successful, select OK to continue.

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8. When asked if you would like to make this your default connection, select Set if you wish this to be your default connection or No if you do not.

9. If you have not previously updated your Wii U console, you may be asked to perform a System Update. Select Update to perform the System Update, or Cancel to skip this process.

• Nintendo recommends performing the System Update as this ensures you have access to recently released applications and services.

2.7 Parental Controls

Caution Do not provide the Parental Controls PIN code to Fun Center unit users.

Do not change any of the Parental Controls settings.

Contact the Fun Center Unit Support Hotline at 877.716.8550, or [email protected], with any questions or concerns you may have.

Parental Controls settings are in place to prevent users from altering data on the console or accessing inappropriate content. These settings restrict the following:

• Purchasing games from Nintendo eShop

• Accessing the Internet

• Playing inappropriate games

• Deleting data

• Interacting with other gamers online

• Changing user settings

Nintendo strongly recommends that access to Parental Controls be restricted to healthcare facility personnel only. The PIN code is being provided so your facility can purchase new games from Nintendo eShop as well as manage data and System Settings.

The four-digit Parental Controls PIN code is: 1114

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The default Fun Center unit Parental Controls settings are as follows:

Parental Controls Setting

Game Rating

Wii U

EC, E, E10+ are allowed

Online Interaction in Games Restricted

Internet Browser Restricted

Wii U / Wii Shopping

Services

Restricted

Miiverse™

Friend Registration

Entertainment Excluding

Games

Restricted posting

Restricted

Unrestricted (allows access to video-on-demand services like Netflix)

Data Management

Internet Settings

Restricted

Restricted

Certain Online Features NA

Viewing of Unrated Content NA

Wii

EC, E, E10+ are allowed

NA

NA

Restricted

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Restricted

Restricted

2.8 Nintendo Network ID (NNID)

The Wii U console in your Fun Center unit is set up with a Nintendo Network ID (NNID). All of the games currently on your console are registered to this NNID. The NNID is protected by a password.

The password is being provided to you in the event that the NNID is not set as the default account or the password is no longer saved.

Caution Nintendo strongly recommends that you do not provide this password to

Fun Center unit users. If a user obtains this password, they could inadvertently make changes to the NNID account, which will render the Fun Center unit unable to operate as intended.

The NNID password for your Fun Center unit is: funcenter14

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