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Sport Video Games

  1. 1. SPORTS VIDEO GAMES<br />
  2. 2. SPORTS VIDEO GAMES<br />GAMES FOR ATHLETES – INCREASING OF SPORT IQ <br />GAMES FOR ALL OF US – POPULARISATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY BY EXERGAMING<br />
  3. 3. PART 1GAMES FOR ATHLETES – INCREASING OF SPORTS IQ <br />
  4. 4. VIDEO GAMES NOT ONLY FOR YOUNG BOYS<br />Recentworksfocuse on positiveimpact computer and video games on physicalactivity and many otherskills<br />Investigationsindicatesthatgamesemerged a great solution to trainathletes, pilotsorsoldiers<br />
  5. 5. LAUREN SILBERMAN and herworkDouble play: athletes’ use of sport video games to enhance athletic performance [2009]<br />video and computer games as simulations of realactions<br />virtual experience can lead to enhance real motor skills<br />Examples:<br /><ul><li>Commercial gameFlight Simulator introduced for American Navy’s
  6. 6. Reason: more than half of trainees who was using computer support to training achieved above average flight scores than no-gaming group</li></li></ul><li>LAUREN SILBERMAN AGAIN<br /><ul><li>Israeli Air Forceflightschool – cadets play computer simulatinggameSpaceFortressII
  7. 7. Results of investigation: during 8 flights(45-60 minuteseach) weretested2 groups; thegame group emerged as much betterperformedthanno-game one </li></li></ul><li>LAUREN SILBERMAN one more time<br />What computer/video gamemeans for athletes:<br /><ul><li>Fun and relax
  8. 8. No bodilyharm
  9. 9. Virtualpractice of many maneuveres, actions, tactics (Sports IQ)
  10. 10. Followingthestatistics and rules – theycancheckhowthey play (especiallyeliteteams) </li></li></ul><li>2 proves for usefulness of video games for athletes – Madden NFL example<br />1. AmobiOkoyefrom Nigeria – theyoungest football player inthehistory of National Football League (NFL) [by H. L. Jenkins]<br />2. Brandon Stokley from the Denver Broncos – ‘Maddenball maneuver’ [by Ch. Suellentrop]<br />
  11. 11. FROM ZERO TO HERO – AMOBI OKOYE<br />Verytallented, hard-working student for all his life, by 15 was gettingletters of interestfrom Harvard, graduatedatage 19, <br />Atage 12 hehad no idea what football is<br /><ul><li>Jenkins:</li></ul>‘Okoyewas a freshman at Lee High in Huntsville, Ala., when a substitute teacher looked him over and asked, "You want to play football?" Okoye, a chunky 12-year-old who had just moved from Nigeria, was confused. "What's that?" he replied.<br />
  12. 12. FROM ZERO TO HERO<br />The teacher, Greg Campbell, also happened to be the school's defensive line coach, and he had never heard of a boy in Alabama who did not know football. So he gave Okoye a Madden NFL video game, thinking it was the easiest way to teach the sport. Okoye was raised to read books, not play video games. But he made this one exception.’<br />
  13. 13. FROM ZERO TO HERO<br />Fromgamethe boy learnedaboutrules and moves. Everythingelseteachedhim his coach.<br />In high schoolhe was stillplayingMadden NFL, practisingnewtechniqueswith his flatmates, goingintothepool to tryingswimmoves<br />As 20 years old hebecame ‘rookiedefensive lineman for the Houston Texans’<br />
  14. 14. AMOBI plainglike a ‘young kid’<br />Play like‘young kid’<br />Coachhad an idea to teachhimthe football rules to increase his efficiency but Amobihadknownthem… from video games<br />
  15. 15. Brandon Stokleyand ‘Maddenball maneuver<br /> [A thingdescribed by Ch. Suellentrop] <br />The first sunday of the NationalFootballLeague’s 2009 season<br />28 secondsleft to theend of a game<br />Score: the Cincinnati Bengalswereleadingthe Denver Broncos 7-6<br />Position of theball: 13-yard line on the Denver Broncossite<br />
  16. 16. Brandon Stokley and ‘Maddenball maneuver<br />A fewmoves of theBroncos team and theballlandedinBrandonStokleyarms<br />17 seconds to theend<br />He ran acrossthe field to the enemy team site and scored a point<br />Spectators and viewerswereshocked<br />Maneuverfamiliar for some of football fans<br />
  17. 17. Telephone to thehero<br />Suellentrop: Is that something out of a videogame?<br />Stokley: Itdefinitelyis. I think everybody who’s played those games has done that. <br />He madethatmaneuverprobably„hundredsof time” ingame.<br />
  18. 18. PART 2<br />GAMES FOR ALL OF US – POPULARISATION OFPHYSICAL ACTIVITY BY EXERGAMING<br />
  19. 19. New investigation<br />TworesearchesOlson and Kutnermadenewgamestudy<br />The results are described in an article Playing the Blame Game: Video Games Pros and Cons by Alvaro Fernandez<br />Declinegamers’ stereotypes and notionthatgamerspractiseseddentarylifestyle<br />
  20. 20. Olson and Kutnerremarked<br />Nowadaysgamingis a way to socializegamers<br />Gamingis a new point of young people attention and sometimes a sign of social prestige<br />Gamersare less violentthanno-gamers<br />Games are a reason to enhance sports skills and going to workout<br />
  21. 21. NEW TYPE OF GAMES<br />New type of games = newactivity = newword<br />EXERGAMING = EXERCISE + GAMING<br />
  22. 22. How to play video games and exercisesimultaneously?<br />Nowit’ssimple<br />You’vegotfew commercial options<br />Two of them:<br /><ul><li>Wii Fit
  23. 23. EA SportsActive</li></li></ul><li>Wii Fit by Nintendo<br />Theposibilities of theWii platform:<br />http://wiifit.com/<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oNVIcMnZh4<br />
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  26. 26. EA SPORTS ACTIVE<br />Game by Electronic Arts for Wii platform<br />Presentation:<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxPiZT_n0sg<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mb8zuMssjP8<br />
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  29. 29. Exergames<br />Sports games for everyone to exerciseand play at home<br />An offer can be dedicated especially for those who like two different activities: outside and home, in a front of a screen<br />Are to shy to workout outsideand have insufficient motivation to make physical activity a rule<br />Or theylike to play withfriends<br />
  30. 30. Impact of active video gamingat body’s activity<br />Was checked by researchers from University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center<br />They compared exergaming(Wii Fit and Dance Dance Revolution) with watching TV and walking on a treadmill<br />
  31. 31. Impact of active video gamingat body’s activity<br />Results:<br />Gaming and walking make comparable exertion – 2- to 3-fold increase in energy expenditure<br />Exergaming – boxing on Wii and dancing on DDR – resulted high heart rate, rates of energy expenditure and perceived exertion<br />
  32. 32. One moretime: whatexergamingmeans<br />Mix of exercise and gaming, active and passive relax<br />It can only be a supplement of workout<br />Itis not a substitute of traditionalphysicalactivity<br />Can be fantasticoption to spendfree time on active playing<br />
  33. 33. SOURCES<br />Silberman, L., Double play: athletes’ use of sport video games to enhance athletic performance, http://cms.mit.edu/research/theses/LaurenSilberman2009.pdf.<br />Hayes, E., Silberman, L., Incorporating video games into physical education: between their popularity and their efficient delivery of information, video games may help to enhance students' motivation, understanding, and performance in sports, http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-161065915.html.<br />Jenkins, H. L., ROOKIE LEARNING CURVE. No More Kid Stuff, Time Inc., 2007.<br />Suellentrop, Ch., Game Changers: How Videogames Trained a Generation of Athletes, http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/01/ff_gamechanger/.<br />Fernandez, A., Playing the Blame Game: Video Games Pros and Cons, http://www.sharpbrains.com/blog/2008/09/26/playing-the-blame-game-video-games-pros-and-cons/.<br />Holecko, C., Active video games: Vindicated?, http://familyfitness.about.com/b/2009/07/13/active-video-games-vindicated.htm.<br />
  34. 34. Pictures<br />http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/01/ff_gamechanger/<br />http://www.mywiinews.com/wp-content/uploads/wii_fit2.jpg<br />http://blog.al.com/techcetera/2008/06/WiiFitFINALbox.JPG<br />http://www.cheatmasters.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/wii-fit-big.jpg<br />http://blog.al.com/techcetera/2008/06/WiiFitFINALactivity5.JPG<br />http://www.motleyhealth.com/images/wiifit_sslg5.jpg<br />http://www.bubblybride.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/wii-fit.jpg<br />http://www.geek.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/eas_active_boxing2-440-x-293.jpg<br />http://cache.g4tv.com/ImageDb3/139128_S/First-Look-EA-Sports-Active----Cario-And-Resistance-Training-On-The-Wii.jpg<br />http://www.latinogamers.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/eas_active_shoulderpress.jpg<br />http://www.whattheyplay.com/media/images/blog/2009/04/EASportsActiveBalance.jpg<br />http://ve3dmedia.ign.com/images/04/83/48315_orig.jpg<br />http://wiimedia.ign.com/wii/image/article/104/1045104/ea-sports-active-more-workouts-20091113020653240_640w.jpg<br />http://www.agard.pl/galerie/e/ea-sports-active-more-wo_11232.jpg<br />

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