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Procedural and semantic modeling of virtual environments for serious games development

Noura El Haje 1 Jean Pierre Jessel 1
1 IRIT-REVA - Real Expression Artificial Life
IRIT - Institut de recherche en informatique de Toulouse
Abstract : Virtual environments are useful tools for visualization, discovery as well as training. In serious or learning games contexts, 3D graphical worlds, interaction, navigation and immersion capabilities are needed to propel narration and emotion. Furthermore, they are key elements to materialize pedagogical content and to support knowledge transfer. Semantic modeling, serious game classification and gameplay component identification allow generating serious game scenarios linked to the 3D world modeling and interaction or animation capabilities.
Keywords : Serious games
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Noura El Haje, Jean Pierre Jessel. Procedural and semantic modeling of virtual environments for serious games development. Silver Gaming Intergenerational Summer School (SGISS 2015)/École d'été intergénérationnelle Jeux et Apprentissages, Aug 2015, Québec, Canada. pp.43-47. ⟨hal-01303838⟩



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