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03 NOVEMBER 2012

Where Else Can You Read about Games and Cultural Heritage?

Games and Culture – a subscription-based journal published by Sage with an emphasis on videogames and the social sciences; Games Studies – an open-access, international journal covering a variety of disciplinary (and occasionally, designer) perspectives; Eludamos – open-access, international, and multidisciplinary, ELUDAMOS makes forays into territory very familiar to Play the Past readers; Loading… – the official (open-access) journal of the Canadian Game Studies Association, Loading… often features articles that focus on videogames and narrative.

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academic journals • Canadian Game Studies Association • cultural heritage • Eludamos (academic games journal) • game studies • games and cultural heritage • games and culture • Games and Culture (academic games journal) • games research • Games Studies (academic games journal) • Loading... (academic games journal) • videogames and play

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Simon Perkins
01 OCTOBER 2012

Rocksmith: guitar game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

"Introducing the next stage in the evolution of the guitar game. Rocksmith™, the first and only game where you can plug ANY real guitar into your PC/MAC, Xbox 360® or PlayStation®3 system, and actually learn while you play.

When we say any guitar we mean any guitar. Whether it's the guitar sitting in your attic, your cherished faithful steed, or the guitar you have yet to buy..."

(Ubisoft Entertainment)

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2012 • authentic experience • bass guitar • computer gameconvergencedeviceelectric guitarguitarguitar gameinteraction designinteractive music gameslearn by doing • learn while you play • musical instrument • physical guitar • physical interactionphysical interfacesplayingPlaystation 3product designre-purposereal thingrock music • Rocksmith (game) • simulating interactions • Ubisoft Entertainment • usabilityvideo gamevideogames and playXbox 360

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
03 JULY 2011

Chris O'Shea @ Nottingham GameCityNights Episode 6

"Headlining Episode 6 is artist and designer Chris O'Shea, known internationally for his immersive, interactive multimedia work. Using Microsoft's Kinect, Chris will be talking us through the melding of videogames and play into contemporary art, with demonstrations of his previous and current projects."

(GameCityNights, 24 June 2011)

Fig.1 Chris O'Shea (2010). "Air Guitar prototype"

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2011 • 3D skeletal tracking • air guitar • applied research • artist and designer • artistic practiceBritish artistChris OSheaconceptualisationcorrelative analoguedesign researchdesign researcherdesignerdevice • Dr Sketchy • experimentationGameCity • GameCityNights • gamesgraphic representationguitarGuitar Hero • hand tracking • high-fidelity prototypehistogramimmersiveinteraction designinteractive multimediainteractive music gamesKinect • LibFreenect • MicrosoftNottingham • OfxKinect • OpenCVOpenFrameworks • OpenKinect • OpenNI • playingpractice-ledprototyperesearch project • Rock Band • speculative designtheory buildingUKusabilityvideogames and playvisualisationXbox Kinect

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Simon Perkins
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