Use of Haptics to Promote Learning Outcomes in Serious Games
AbstractIntegration of haptics in Serious Games (SGs) remains limited compared to vision and audio. Many works seem to limit haptic interactions to the mimicking of real life feelings. Here, we address this by investigating the use of haptics to promote learning outcomes in serious games. By analyzing how we learn, we proposed a model that identifies three learning outcomes: (1) engage the user with the content of the game, (2) develop technical skills, and (3) develop cognitive skills. For each learning skill, we show how haptic interactions may be exploited. We also show that the proposed model may be used to describe and to evaluate existing methods. It may also help in the designing of new methods that take advantage of haptics to promote learning outcomes. View Full-Text
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Menelas, B.-A.J.; Benaoudia, R.S. Use of Haptics to Promote Learning Outcomes in Serious Games. Multimodal Technologies Interact. 2017, 1, 31.
Menelas B-AJ, Benaoudia RS. Use of Haptics to Promote Learning Outcomes in Serious Games. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction. 2017; 1(4):31.Chicago/Turabian Style
Menelas, Bob-Antoine J.; Benaoudia, Rabah S. 2017. "Use of Haptics to Promote Learning Outcomes in Serious Games." Multimodal Technologies Interact. 1, no. 4: 31.