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Application and evaluation of augmented reality user interface to a card game “Mate”

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2 Author(s)
Hidehiko Okada ; Department of Information Communication Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto Sangyo Universitv, Japan ; Hiroki Arakawa

Our research aims to evaluate the effectiveness of augmented reality (AR) user interface for an entertainment application - playing card games. Beginner players cannot play games by themselves until they learn game rules well. Our idea to solve this problem is a computer system with AR user interface which intuitively guides game plays in the beginnerspsila view. The authors have applied our idea to a card game called Mate, and evaluated the effectiveness by an experiment with Mate beginner players, It is found that the system could guide beginners with no rule knowledge: they could play Mate games by themselves and won the games at the rate of 64%.

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SICE Annual Conference, 2008

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20-22 Aug. 2008