Sensorimotor Learning in 3D Environment

i-Treasures Games

1. Human Beatboxing Game(HBB)

This game aims to teach the basics of beatboxing. In this game the learner is able; a) to learn what is HBB, which sensors are used in this game b)observe the performance of a real expert from different perspectives, and c) practice some sounds and compare his/her performance with real expert.

2. Tsamiko Game

This game aims to teach the basics of Tsamiko dance which is a popular traditional folk dance of Greece, done to music of ¾ meter. In this game the learner is able; a) to learn what is Tsamiko, which sensors are used in this game b)observe the performance of a real expert from different perspectives, observe the basic steps of Tsamiko and c) practice basic steps and compare his/her performance with real expert.

3. Pottery Game

This game aims to teach the basics of wheel-pottery. In this game the learner is able; a) to learn what is Wheel-pottery, which sensors are used in this game b)observe the performance of a real expert from different perspectives, observe the basic gestures of pottery and c) practice basic gestures and compare his/her performance with real expert.

4. Contemporary Music Composition Game

This game aims to teach the usage of novel intangible musical instrument which is supposed to map natural gestures performed in a real-world environment to music/voice segments. In this game the learner is able; a) to learn what is contemporary music composition, which sensors are used in this game b)observe the performance of a real expert from different perspectives, c) practice basic gestures and compare his/her performance with real expert.

5. Byzantine Music Game

The aim of this game is to teach the first complete plan of chanting a Hymn. In this game the student will be able; a) to learn the steps of basic training before chanting b) to observe and hear each step performance of a real expert  from different perspectives (zoom) and C) the student will be able to practice the sound activity and, then, reproduce it, comparing His/her chanting with real expert. At the end of the game, he/she will be able to reproduce (alone) the hymn of byzantine music.

6. Calus Dance Game

The Calus game-like application teaches the traditional Romanian Căluş dance. Two activities containing several exercises have been implemented. The activities teach the basic motion motifs of Calus dance, gradually synthesizing them from simple steps. The game design and functionalities are similar to that of the Tsamiko dance game.

7. Walloon Dance Game

The Walloon dance game-like application aims at teaching 3 basic steps of this dance. Two activities have been included in order to learn these basic steps in forward and backward mode, while a third activity aims at applying some of these steps in a choreography.