Archive for April, 2012

Augmented Reality Serious Games

Katelyn Procci | April 11, 2012 Augmented reality (AR) involves somehow supplementing the real world, often by overlaying virtually-generated information and animations onto real-time video of the actual environment. AR using head-mounted displays has long-been implemented1. In recent years, however, the technology required for augmented reality (cameras, processing power, video cards, and displays) has become […]

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New Project: ASPIRE

Katelyn Procci | April 7, 2012 ASPIRE is our newest project. It is both a research and game development effort. ASPIRE, which stands for Architecture for Stress, Performance, Inoculation, Resilience, and Endurance, is a project funded by the Office of Naval Research to promote the development of mental toughness in Marines.

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