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Dec 12

Advancement: Play, Games, and a Healthier Tomorrow: Approaches for Creating Health Systems

Jared Duval
PhD Student

Abstract:  Games and play have the potential to offer people with disabilities a cost-effective, personalized, data-driven, connected, and motivating context for otherwise tedious and repetitive healing. The paramount challenge in creating playful health structures and games is creating a... Read More

Dec 3

Advancement: Search Within and Across Games

Barrett Anderson
PhD Student

Abstract:  Media like videogames (and novels, film, music, etc.) play an important role in most people’s lives, and the creation and comprehension of these works benefits from critical study. New information retrieval technology can automate tedious aspects of analysis, reveal hidden... Read More

Dec 2

CM Seminar: Game-Human Interaction: Building Games that Make Social and Educational Impact

Magy Seif El-Nasr
Associate Professor

Abstract:  Interactive 3D environments, interactive narratives and digital games, are emerging as platforms used for entertainment, education, training, and citizen science. The potential social impact of these environments on such a wide variety of application domains elevates the importance... Read More