Active Games 2014

This year the embedded digital processing intensive project will take place at Frankfurt-University of applied sciences 

I will be there to support you developing the next generation computer-input device. If you are a undergraduate student of FU, apply now!

Active Games 2014

 

Active Games IP is an Erasmus Intensive Programme planned for 2013-2015. It is coordinated by Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences and has three other partners: Coventry University, Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main and Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.

Active games are sports and leisure activities, where the user controls a computer or mobile game by a bodily user interface. In addition to fitness, active games can be applied for example in recreation and physiotherapy. This offers an excellent topic to combine diverse engineering subjects with new problem areas.

Participating students will learn:

  • a) to work in multicultural engineering teams and form international lifelong professional connections
  • b) to develop engineering solution for non-technical, multidisciplinary problems.

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About Thomas Barth

Thomas Barth, born 1986, is a german teaching fellow and Ph.D. student. He studied electrical engineering in Darmstadt, Frankfurt and Helsinki and worked 7 years in industry automation before he switched to embedded systems and microelectronics. To read more about him, click here.