Jingle Jigsaw - Playful Dance Scaffolding Through Motion Detection

JoDee Allen & Adrian Holzer

Résumé Extended screen-time can have negative health effects in both children and adults. With the advent of motion detection sensors and other novel interaction methods, it is possible to envision digital games that move away from screen-centered design. However, such interaction is still underrepresented in both the mainstream and academia. To address this issue, this paper proposes a screenless dance game, called Jingle Jigsaw, that encourages play- ers to physically explore the space around them by using spatial tracking and audio feedback. We conducted a preliminary usability evaluation that conveys the fact that such interaction is perceived as enjoyable by users and pointed to promising future work.
Citation Allen, J., & Holzer, A. (2020, 25 April). Jingle Jigsaw - Playful Dance Scaffolding Through Motion Detection. Paper presented at CHI Extended Abstracts, Honolulu, HI, USA.
Type Actes de congrès (Anglais)
Nom de la conférence CHI Extended Abstracts (Honolulu, HI, USA)
Date de la conférence 25-4-2020