Playware Soccer – flexibility through modularity and layered multi-modal feedback

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Abstract

We developed the Playware Soccer game and tested this with more than 1,000 users during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa in townships, orphanages for HIV/AIDS children, markets, FIFA fan parks, etc. The playware game is set up to motivate players to engage in training of technical soccer skills by receiving motivating, immediate feedback on the soccer playing on a modular interactive wall composed of modular interactive tiles that respond with coloured light, sound and scores on the players performance. The flexibility of the system was designed for with the modular interactive tiles and the layered multi-modal feedback design, which together aimed at creating a system that could be setup and used by anybody anywhere within minutes. The modular interactive tiles can be viewed to provide hardware building blocks, and the layered multi-modal feedback design to provide feedback building blocks, and simple construction with these building blocks should give a high degree of flexibility for the designer and the user to create various set-ups and interaction possibilities in an easy manner.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe 10. International Conference on APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE
Publication date2010
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventThe 10th International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Iwate, Japan
Duration: 4 Oct 20106 Oct 2010

Conference

ConferenceThe 10th International Conference on Applied Computer Science
CountryJapan
CityIwate
Period04/10/201006/10/2010

Keywords

  • Playware
  • Multi-modal feedback
  • Teleplay
  • Soccer
  • Games
  • Modular technology

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Lund, H. H. (2010). Playware Soccer – flexibility through modularity and layered multi-modal feedback. In The 10. International Conference on APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE
Lund, Henrik Hautop. / Playware Soccer – flexibility through modularity and layered multi-modal feedback. The 10. International Conference on APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE. 2010.
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Lund, HH 2010, Playware Soccer – flexibility through modularity and layered multi-modal feedback. in The 10. International Conference on APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE. The 10th International Conference on Applied Computer Science, Iwate, Japan, 04/10/2010.

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Lund HH. Playware Soccer – flexibility through modularity and layered multi-modal feedback. In The 10. International Conference on APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE. 2010