Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller received RMIT’s College of Design and Social Context Research Award in the category “Design”. We believe this is the first time this award was given to gamedesign, which is a great honour.Continue Reading →
Chad’s paper on Designing Digital Games for Trams as well as his Doctoral Consortium paper Understanding Digital Play in Moving Spaces have been presented and published at FDG 2013 (Foundations of Digital Games) in Chania, Crete, Greece.
Toprak, C., Platt, J., Ho, H., Mueller, F. 2013. Cart-Load-O-Fun: Designing Digital Games for Trams. FDG 2013. 8 pages.
Toprak, C. 2013. Understanding Digital Play in Moving Spaces. FDG 2013. Doctoral Consortium. 3 pages.Continue Reading →
The Exertion Games Lab’s Tom Penney will present a talk about the lab’s work at the RMIT Convergence exhibit on Sat, 4th May, 1-2pm, Level 4, in the Design Hub. Ruth, Helmut, Robert and Chris will also show Dr. Giggles, Hanging off a Bar and Musical Embrace right after the talk and throughout the day from 10-6pm.Continue Reading →
CHI 2013, the premier conference in human-computer interaction, with the featured community “Games” this year, is coming up, and we are going with a large group to make a splash and have impact: 10 members of the Exertion Games Lab will be presenting 16 submissions!
We are running a Game Jam as well as a Special Interest Group on Sports and HCI, demonstrate 5 of our games and also have a best paper nomination. Everyone ...Continue Reading →
We are organizing a Special Interest Group at CHI in Paris: “HCI and Sports”. In keeping with this fun theme, we will be jogging around the conference venue while we discuss interactive technology and sport. We invite you to bring your running gear with you (and any tech like Nike+, Runkeeper, your own prototype, …) and we meet on
Tuesday, 30 Apr, 16:00 in front of room 361.
We’ll be running for approx. 30min and all jogging levels will be catered for!
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15 submissions from the Exertion Games Lab have been accepted for CHI 2013 to be held in Paris, France. David’s work from HitLab NZ that he did in collaboration with us also got accepted, so that makes it 16 submissions overall. This means we go over there with a big group, showing many of our games, and planning on having a big impact on the international research community ...Continue Reading →
Rohit’s PhD research has been accepted (acceptance rate 37%) to be presented at the Student Research Competition at CHI 2013 in Paris, France. He receives a travel grant and the chance to present his research on using 3D printers to make physical activity more engaging through personalised souvenirs. Being a finalist means he gets the chance to win prize money as well as entry into the ACM competition. Congrats Rohit!Continue Reading →
We just had 4 more publications accepted, congrats everyone involved! PDFs at the links below, some even come with a video: