Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a       LEGO Robot via a Virtual World               Dr. Michael Vallance.     ...
Programming robots in virtual worlds.• Provides closed, highly defined tasks.• Level of difficulty can be quantified.• Tas...
Research aim: Design an evidence- based framework of learning fortasks of measurable complexity in         virtual worlds.
Data is captured and coded: virtual screen capture + real world video capture.
Future research
Research aim: Design an evidence- based framework of learning fortasks of measurable complexity in         virtual worlds.
kyouTh     an•   Contact for collaboration    mvallance@mac.com•   Research Website    http://web.me.com/mvallance/PM12/  ...
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World
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  • AACE 2012: Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World

    1. 1. Your Mission is to Collaboratively Program a LEGO Robot via a Virtual World Dr. Michael Vallance. Future University Hakodate, Japan http://www.mvallance.net
    2. 2. Programming robots in virtual worlds.• Provides closed, highly defined tasks.• Level of difficulty can be quantified.• Task difficulty = the minimum number of discrete maneuvers (action +direction) required to successfully navigate a given maze (Barker and Ansorge,2007).• Tasks can be replicated (same level of difficulty but different maneuvers).• Provoke behaviors and communicative exchanges which could be located on aframework for analysis.• Science awareness for youth + citizens = ‘Japan recovery’
    3. 3. Research aim: Design an evidence- based framework of learning fortasks of measurable complexity in virtual worlds.
    4. 4. Data is captured and coded: virtual screen capture + real world video capture.
    5. 5. Future research
    6. 6. Research aim: Design an evidence- based framework of learning fortasks of measurable complexity in virtual worlds.
    7. 7. kyouTh an• Contact for collaboration mvallance@mac.com• Research Website http://web.me.com/mvallance/PM12/ PM12/PM12.html• Michael’s Website with publications at http://www.mvallance.net• International Virtual Environments Research Group Join us at http://www.iverg.com

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