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== November 17 2010 : Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller;: ''"Exertion Games"''  ==
== November 17 2010 : Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller;: ''"Exertion Games"''  ==
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Can you jog with a friend, even though you live miles apart?<br>Is it possible to play a fair game of table tennis with 3 people?<br>How can you box with people on the other side of the world?<br> <br>Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller has explored “Sports over a Distance” as part of his research on “Exertion Games” – these are games that require physical effort from their players - marrying human-computer interaction, computer games and networking advances. The results are 3 unique exertion games that support novel sports experiences for distributed participants.<br> <br>In this talk, Floyd will present the design and the evaluation of these games that led to a new understanding of how to design interactive technology for an active body.<br> <br>Originally from Germany, Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Stanford from Australia, where he researches and teaches physical games. He presents 3 projects “Jogging over a Distance”, “Table Tennis for Three” and “Remote Impact”, which were collaborations with Distance Lab, UK, Microsoft Research Asia and London Knowledge Lab, UK, and the University of Melbourne, Australia.<br> <br>http://exertioninterfaces.com
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Contents

22 September 2010 : Group;: "Welcome Back and Inroduction"

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by Micah Lande

29 September 2010 : Gabriela Goldschmidt;: "Design & Creativity"

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


October 6 2010 : Ade Mabogunje;: "Design Venture Engineering"

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


October 13 2010 : Lora Oehlberg and guests from Berkeley Institute of Design;: "Local Design Research Roundtable"

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


October 20 2010 : ME310 Visitors: "Global Design Research Roundtable"

Something special for visitors in for ME 310 Global Team visits


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Facilitated by TBD


October 27 2010 : 

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


November 3 2010 : Martin Steinert;: "HPDTRP Panel"

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


November 10 2010 : Neeraj Sonalkar: "Moments of Opening: Improvisation in Engineering Design" Defense Prep Talk

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


November 17 2010 : Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller;: "Exertion Games"

Can you jog with a friend, even though you live miles apart?
Is it possible to play a fair game of table tennis with 3 people?
How can you box with people on the other side of the world?

Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller has explored “Sports over a Distance” as part of his research on “Exertion Games” – these are games that require physical effort from their players - marrying human-computer interaction, computer games and networking advances. The results are 3 unique exertion games that support novel sports experiences for distributed participants.

In this talk, Floyd will present the design and the evaluation of these games that led to a new understanding of how to design interactive technology for an active body.

Originally from Germany, Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Stanford from Australia, where he researches and teaches physical games. He presents 3 projects “Jogging over a Distance”, “Table Tennis for Three” and “Remote Impact”, which were collaborations with Distance Lab, UK, Microsoft Research Asia and London Knowledge Lab, UK, and the University of Melbourne, Australia.

http://exertioninterfaces.com

Download : Paper (PDF) : Presentation (PPT/PDF) : Video (MP4)

Facilitated by TBD


November 22 2010 : no session - Thanksgiving


Dec 1 2010 : Charles Weber, Portland State;: "Grounded Agent Modeling: A Novel Approach to Characterizing Consumer Behavior"

No abstract available for this talk.

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Facilitated by TBD


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