Development of Training Games of Physical Posture for People with Developmental Disorders

Abstract

-533Abstract—This paper describes two prototypes of training games of physical posture adaptive for people with developmental disorders. Two types of games are developed and their prototypes are produced. One is a game for exercise user’s body posture control. The other is a simulator of holding some object horizontally. Though it is said that ASD people generally have resistance against new, inexperienced items, all of the ASD subjects are interested in the games without refusal. This fact is considered to be an effective utilization of attraction and diffusing potential that games have.

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@inproceedings{Sato2011DevelopmentOT, title={Development of Training Games of Physical Posture for People with Developmental Disorders}, author={Sigeru Sato and Osamu Morikawa and Katsuhiro Kanamori and Mari Umeda and Tomomi Hakomori}, year={2011} }