This is a casual get-together to celebrate the completion of the first phase of “Finding Better Games for Older Adults” study.
In this first phase, eighteen 65+ (non)Players volunteered in a PERFORM study to help evaluate different categories of computer games that are assumed cognitively beneficial. Based on the findings from the study, a team of Concordia students in Game Studio II (CART 416) are making a Kinect-enabled Dance-Game.
This meeting is an opportunity for them to meet their clients (Silver Gamers and neuropsychology researchers) and seek feedback. Everyone is welcome to join the discussion, and contribute to conversations between different ‘players’ in this project. For the purpose of organizing the logistics and beverages, please RSVP your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHERE? TAG Lab (1515 Ste Catherine W., Montreal, EV, 11.435)
WHEN? Friday, Nov 17th – 4-6pm
WHO? Anyone can join this event!