Tag Archives: iva

  • IVA 2015 & SO-I-C TV

    tl;dr Visited IVA conference; presented one paper; demoed LOITER prototype game; collaborated on SO-I-C TV IVA 2015 Last week, I visited the 2015 Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA) conference, together with several colleagues of HMI. There, I presented my research on feedback in LOITER, our prototype of a serious game for social skills training. In LOITER, the player takes on the … Keep reading
  • Book chapter & IVA conference

    Half a year since my latest update, oops. I’ve been busy running experiments with police students which I have summarized in a paper accepted for publication at this year’s Intelligent Virtual Agents conference, held in Delft at the end of August. Additionally, I will demo our game (LOITER-TB, LOITER – Thought Bubbles edition) we used for our experiments at that conference. In LOITER-TB, … Keep reading
  • LARPing, doctoral consortium, CASA, IVA and SBG

    tl;dr CASA was useful, IVA was nice, the doctoral consortium was small, but OK, the LARP was very interesting and two papers were accepted at SBG. At the end of August, I had the honour to take a flight to the country of whisky: Scotland. Cliché as it was, as soon as I stepped out of the bus that brought … Keep reading
  • FDG, CMN, IVA and ICIDS conferences

    It has been a while since my last update, but things have not been standing still. In May, I visited the Foundations of Digital Games (FDG) conference in Chania, Crete together with Thomas de Groot. The FDG conference is broad in nature: it encompasses the whole of gaming, dividing the realm in games (as products), technology, gameplay and game design. We … Keep reading