exergame

exergame

(ek′sĕr-gām″) [ exer(cise) + game]
An electronic or video game in which the participant moves large muscle groups in the arms, legs, core, and neck in response to cues, e.g., in simulated boxing, dancing, table tennis, etc.
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The type of the exercise is adapted based on the user's emotion recognized during the exergame session.
Intensidade, dispendio energetico e prazer num exergame realizado em bicicleta estacionaria.
In the present study, to establish a relationship between decision-making and patterns of motor movements has been used the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) [32], that it has been modified to be performed using exergame dynamics.
KEYWORDS: exergame, health parameters, mobile application, adaptation
VI-Tennis: A vibrotactile/audio exergame for players who are visually impaired.
Staiano AE, Abraham AA, Calvert SL, 2013, Adolescent exergame play for weight loss and psychosocial improvement: a controlled physical activity intervention.
Apesar do DDR nao ter sido concebido como um exergame, o relato de perda de peso dos praticantes deste jogo chamou a atencao de outras empresas que foram incentivadas a criar suas proprias versoes de exergames (9).
These researchers concluded that Wii[TM] aerobic activities were an enjoyable exergame for adolescent and adults, stimulating light-to-moderate intensity activity through the modification of sedentary leisure behavior.
Wiemeyer J, Deutsch J, Malone LA, Rowland JL, Swartz MC, Xiong J, Zhang FF (2015) Recommendations for the optimal design of exergame interventions for persons with disabilities: Challenges, best practices, and future research.
Turning the classic snake mobile game into a locationbased exergame that encourages walking.
Un exergame se define como la implementacion de videojuegos digitales en ejercitar una actividad, por lo tanto combinan ejercicio y juego.
Being familiar with current lifestyle activity choices, such as exergame fitness programs that are available for most gaming system, as well as traditional sports can be helpful in bridging communication gaps with adolescents.