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Bugbits: caccia al tesoro museale per ragazzi
Bugbits: caccia al tesoro museale per ragazzi

Bugbits: caccia al tesoro museale per ragazzi

Bugbits is an interactive system designed to be used within museums and to guide the visitors in an interactive "treasure hunt", offering an active and fun exploration of the artwork. Bugbits identifies colors on which it is placed and reacts accordingly with lights and sounds, depending on the chosen color. The system is modular and programmable, adapting to many changes and contexts.
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Bugbits: caccia al tesoro museale per ragazzi

StudioBliquo, formato da Zeno Menestrina, Angela Pasqualotto e Adriano Siesser, con la collaborazione di Andrea Conci

Zeno Menestrina
He got a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Trento on the design process of serious games with a particular focus on participation. He is very passionate in the design and development of games and video games.

Angela Pasqualotto
She is a PhD student at the Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences and collaborates with the ODFLab at the University of Trento. Her main research interest is in the study of new treatments for evolutive dyslexia.

Adriano Siesser
He studied at the Academies of Fine Arts of Bologna and Venice. His work investigates new interactive paradigms between art and technology and is oriented to cultural mediation and illustration.

Andrea Conci
He is a PhD student at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science - University of Trento. His main research interest is in the study of new interactive system for education.


Stand F13 (pav. 6) - Università degli Studi di Trento

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