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  • New project publication
    Joomla Templates Home Project News New project publication New project publication User Rating 1 Poor Best Wednesday 10 June 2009 10 46 A new project research article entitled PlayMancer Games for Health with Accessibility in Mind is published in COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGIES journal no 73 1st quarter 2009 You can read the paper here Last Updated Wednesday 10 June 2009 10 51 Game Prototypes c 2008 PlayMancer Powered by Joomla Valid

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/68-new-project-publication (2015-11-07)
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  • PlayMancer participated at the 3rd FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting
    participated at the 3rd FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting PlayMancer participated at the 3rd FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting User Rating 2 Poor Best Monday 01 June 2009 08 46 PlayMancer participated at the 3rd FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting on April 27th and 28th http cordis europa eu fp7 ict netmedia concertation 0408 en html PlayMancer is a registered member of the User Centric Media Cluster Game Prototypes c

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/67-playmancer-participated-at-the-3rd-fp7-networked-media-concertation-meeting- (2015-11-07)
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  • Participation at the InterMedia Summer School
    Home Project News Participation at the InterMedia Summer School Participation at the InterMedia Summer School User Rating 0 Poor Best Tuesday 26 May 2009 08 35 Playmancer has been invited to participate at a summer school organized by the EU project INTERMEDIA June 9th 12th 2009 to present current activities in the Games for Health area Last Updated Thursday 28 May 2009 14 34 Game Prototypes c 2008 PlayMancer Powered

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/66-may-2009 (2015-11-07)
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  • PlayMancer consortium has formed an agreement with three independent research groups
    groups aiming at strengthening core project activities The agreement with Serious Games Interactive Denmark is drawn to exploit integrate and enhance with multimodal technology SGI s game platform The enhanced game engine will be used in the context of PlayMancer s user requirements to support the addressed health care sectors A second agreement with MIRALab University of Geneva Switzerland is drawn to integrate emotion recognition technologies within the multimodal interface

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/65-new-partners (2015-11-07)
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  • New project presentation at ICT Results
    Templates Home Project News New project presentation at ICT Results New project presentation at ICT Results User Rating 2 Poor Best Monday 09 March 2009 14 12 A new coverage of recent project activities and an interview about project goals has just been published on ICT Results a site devoted to the promotion of results of EC funded research projects Read it here Game Prototypes c 2008 PlayMancer Powered by

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/64-ict-results (2015-11-07)
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  • Just released: SoA on Serious Games, Games for Health and Multimodal game technologies
    10 Project deliverable document D2 1b State of the Art on Serious games Games for Health and Multimodal Game Technologies You can find it here Excerpt from the document s Introduction This version of D2 1b has been revised to provide a better focus on Games for Health and follow up on the research questions and challenges identified in D2 1a User Requirements In brief this document will seek to answer the following questions A brief overview to the e health trends theoretic and technological approaches relevant to the Playmancer user requirements Review specific examples of therapeutic and affective games along with a critical analysis of their strengths and weaknesses and lessons learned of the games as well as their supporting technology and platform Review of state of the art in multi modal input output devices game engines speech and dialogue recognition and other vital components and how these could potentially be applied to the Playmancer scenarios and platform Ultimately D2 1b seeks to provide a framework to examine and integrate innovative approaches for advancing European research in games for health Given the rapidly growing list of games and publications this review will focus on games for therapeutic support and

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/62-soa-d21b (2015-11-07)
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  • New project video!
    Vienna Austria is available Have a look at it here The video came from a past event Vienna Science Fair 2008 where an early technology prototype is demonstrated in front of the event s visitors mainly children and their families specifically an optical low cost motion tracker a simple mini game of Pong3d and an installation allowing full body gaming experience This was an open outdoors event where a portion

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/60-new-project-video (2015-11-07)
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  • PlayMancer participated at the 1st FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting
    participated at the 1st FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting PlayMancer participated at the 1st FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting User Rating 1 Poor Best Monday 21 April 2008 08 38 PlayMancer participated at the 1st FP7 Networked Media Concertation Meeting on April 16th and 17th http cordis europa eu fp7 ict netmedia concertation 0408 en html PlayMancer is a registered member of the User Centric Media Cluster Game Prototypes c

    Original URL path: http://www.playmancer.eu/index.php/project-news/55-april-2008 (2015-11-07)
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