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Title: VirtualSign in Serious Games
Authors: Escudeiro,P
Nuno Escudeiro
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: This paper presents the game developed within the VirtualSign project. This game aims to make the process of learning sign language easier and enjoyable. In the game the player can control an avatar and interact with several objects and Non-player characters in order to obtain signs. To obtain those signs the player will have to overcome challenges and use the VirtualSign Translator. The player then has to perform the gesture himself and information is sent from the translator to the game. This improves the interactivity and makes the game more interesting and motivating. The game has as an inventory system where the signs are kept and can be checked. This lets the user visualize and learn or train the various existing configurations of gestures. There are also various checkpoints to check the player acquired knowledge, a highscore list and a continuous storyline.
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