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 Wenching Liao

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May 2014 PERSUASIVE 2014: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Persuasive Technology - Volume 8462
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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Reducing the negative effects of extended computer use is becoming increasingly important and it has been demonstrated that appropriate stretching yields benefits. We investigated the opportunities of motivating heavy computer users to stretch by incorporating mobile and sensing technologies into a 1-on-1 social competition game. We implemented the "Social Persuasion ...
Keywords: Heavy Computer User, Competition Game, Stretching Exercise

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February 2014 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 7 Issue 1, February 2014
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We propose an application that allows a museum audience to interact with the past and to appreciate the value of antique objects through multimedia installations. Discussions in this article are based on our experiences in developing the Mao-Kung Cauldron time perception journey multimedia application. This installation was inspired by the ...
Keywords: museum, simulation, time travel, Interactive installation, cultural heritage



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