Virtual forest

Vincent, Jordan, Divers, Peter, Czarnecki, Deanne, Hallgren, Shanique, Furler, James, Wallace, Kieran, Ingram, Thomas and Burt, Richard 2018, Virtual forest, Dementia Australia, [Hawthorn, Vic.].


Title Virtual forest
Creator(s) Vincent, JordanORCID iD for Vincent, Jordan orcid.org/0000-0001-9032-433X
Divers, Peter
Czarnecki, Deanne
Hallgren, Shanique
Furler, James
Wallace, Kieran
Ingram, Thomas
Burt, Richard
Year presented 2018
Publisher Dementia Australia
Place of publication [Hawthorn, Vic.]
Material type graphic
Resource type interactive resource
Description of resource Interactive art experience
Keyword(s) Virtual Forest
Dementia Australia
Interative resource
Graphics game
Summary The Virtual Forest is an interactive, screen-based experience commissioned by Dementia Australia. First created several years ago, Virtual Forest was completely recreated and rebuilt by Deakin, including integration with new hardware, software, and new CG assets. The experience is simple to use, and allows people (with dementia or their family members) to move their arms and, in doing so (through the tracking of their movement) influence activity on the screen. This includes ducks and fish swimming, seasons changing, the flight patterns of butterflies and dragonflies and a range of other activity. By rebuilding and recreating the Virtual Forest, Deakin is now able to work with Dementia Australia to create more experiences.
Language eng
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
Copyright notice ©[2018, Dementia Australia]
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30121277

 
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