New Research Project Report available

19 - 07 - 2010

New Research Project Report available

Stephen P. Yang, Robert Broddus, Scott Miller, James Cofrancesco and Kyle Kenney have published the results of a study about the effects of feedback in exergames.

"Given the many studies researching the cardiovascular impact of exergames, very little research has been done on the effects of feedback on game performance.

If feedback's role is to inform the user on skill proficiency, then how will no feedback impact learning.

The purpose of this study was to determine how much improvement occurs in two hours of training over 2 days while playing Positive Gaming's iDANCE system with some participants receiving game feedback and some without."

 

The Effects of Feedback on Step Accuracy and Perceived Exertion while Playing iDANCE

The purpose of this study was to determine how much improvement occurs in two hours of training over 2 days while playing Positive Gaming's iDANCE system with some participants receiving game feedback and some without.
272 B • PDF • From: 19. July 2010
English


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