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This video presents an overview of our GAIM toolkit for input handling in active games. We provide an overview of the toolkit, and demonstrate two example games developed using the toolkit.

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The Xdream bike

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Something for the Weekend's Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer test out the Xdream

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A smartphone boat racing game was developed that requires users to make rowing movements and therefore engage in moderate-intensity physical activity (MIPA) to play it successfully.

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Heart Burn is a multiplayer computer-aided exercise game. Two players compete to drive their trucks over a twisting course.
We have created two versions of Heart Burn, one using a standard speed control (where pedaling speed and gear control in-game speed), and the other using a scaled heart rate control. Our goal with the scaled heart rate control is to narrow the difference between players with different fitness levels.

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Impression of the BEATsport concept. ACTIVEgaming.

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Nexersys incorporates elements of mixed martial arts fighting strategies for a high-intensity, user-directed workout.

Nexersys features a truly unique level of user interactivity. While other home gyms often feature a platform on which a series of prescribed exercises may be done, the Nexersys experience is actually built around nuanced interaction with its users.

At its core, the Nexersys trainer is a striking machine featuring seven padded accelerometers. The accelerometers gauge how powerfully users strike the pads. This information, along with caloric burn rate, heart rate and more, will be displayed on a 19-inch flat-screen LCD monitor in order to help provide the user with real-time exercise feedback.

A readout of workout metrics is nothing particularly new in the world of fitness equipment. Nexersys takes the metrics to a new level by including sophisticated interactive software with sound. This software uses the monitor to help guide exercisers through a carefully calibrated series of follow-me programs. These exercises are supplemented with unlimited number

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