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10 Main Approach: Design Thinking (Meinl & Leifer, 2011) Software & Hardware identification Design Rationale Feasibility Assessment Integration Game Design © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE
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11 Problem Statement Requirements Ideation Prototyping Evaluation Methods Methods Methods Methods Game Design © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE Main Approach: Design Thinking (Meinl & Leifer, 2011)
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12 Main Approach: Design Thinking (Meinl & Leifer, 2011) 3 Main Perspectives (Stephane, 2013) Content New Already existing? Transformed/adapted? Presentation Interaction Game Design © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE
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13 Main Approach: Design Thinking (Meinl & Leifer, 2011) Design Rationale (MacLean et al., 1991) Questions Options Criteria Game Design Question ? Option 1 Option 2 Option n Criterion 1 Criterion 2 Criterion n © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE
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14 Available equipment (currently…) AR Epson Moverio BT 300 Meta 2 Game Design © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE
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15 Available equipment (currently…) VR Samsung Odyssey v1 Fove VR Game Design © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE
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16 Available equipment (currently…) Eye Tracking Tobii EyeX Game Design © 01/11/2019 Lucas STEPHANE
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