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Body Jams
A videogame that lets you play music by your favorite artists by following preset choreography. Each of your moves relates to a sound, so not only are you learning to dance, you're creating music. You can also use your body as a musical instrument to create new music as you move!
Team:
Danae VaraLocation:San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo León, Mexico
Cliffklangers
A high-energy videogame in which players chase creatures projected onto a climbing wall. The game tracks your body and reacts to your movements, recognizing when you catch a creature and tracking your points as the countdown clock ticks away. Hurry and capture them all before your time runs out!
Team:
Nick Rawcliffe
Location:
London, United Kingdom
Competitive Exercise Bike
A stationary bicycle styled like a motorcycle that enables players to compete with one another online. Wanna race against your friends and other kids on a cool motocross bike in your living room? The faster you peddle and the more accurate you are at "steering" your bike, the better you perform.
Team:
Ron Boeder
Location:
Pleasanton, California, United States
Dancing Craze
An interactive game with wearable motion sensors that make your virtual character come alive as you dance. Dancing Craze lets you pick your music, record your moves, and share your virtual dance video online. You can even create group dances or test your skills by mimicking videos from other players. Plus, log onto the Dancing Craze website to see whose moves are voted number one!
Team:
Stacy Cho
Location:
Seattle, Washington, United States
Honeycomb
A fast-paced game of strategy and reflexes that combines a force-sensitive floor mat, a wireless heart-rate sensor, and puzzle-based game play. Honeycomb follows in the footsteps of classic games, with an exciting new twist: the speed of the game adapts to your heart rate. Plus you can post your scores online to compete with others.
Team:
Ben Stewart
Location:
Maroubra, Australia
Hybrid Motion
An online videogame set in the future where everything runs on People Power. A wearable accelerometer tracks your movement to earn points and emits light based on your physical activity level. Upload your data to the game, and use your points to compete. Plus, look around you to see who else is playing by viewing their glowing light. Hybrid Motion combines virtual game play with real-world fun!
Team:
Sean Stevens
Location:
Charlestown, Massachusetts, United States
iMove
An online social-network game for girls that tracks your physical movement through a wearable activity tracker. The more you move, the more access you gain to chats, games, widgets, coaches, and more in the virtual world. iMove even lets you mentor other girls along the way.
Team:
Michael Goran
Amy Tung
Location:
Los Angeles, California, United States
Interactive Art Studio
An interactive game pad that allows you to create art just by moving around. Use your arms and select colors and paint, or hit the splatter button to create your personal masterpiece. The more you move, the more you can do with your virtual artwork.
Team:
Melissa Huerter
Emma Worgul
Location:
Lenexa, Kansas, United States
Jogger Vehicle
A three-wheeled vehicle powered by movement from your arms and legs. Get your whole body involved as you’re riding to your destination!
Team:
Juan David Guerrero
Location:
Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia
Learning Through the Lens
A motion-sensing camera and educational software that supports learning through physical activity. With Learning Through the Lens, you can get up from your desk and play virtual classroom games that range from geometry lessons to classic playground favorites. Learn, and have fun as a camera tracks your movements in response to various challenges in the games.
Team:
Chad Munkres
Alex Stroshane
Location:
Troy, New York, United States
Mile-a-Minute
A cell phone with a built-in pedometer that tracks every step you take. An associated dynamic website logs your miles, illustrates progress, sorts results, awards free minutes and sends text announcements to members. The more you walk, the more free minutes you earn on your phone. Don't pay to talk, walk it off!
Team:
Peter Olotka
Location:
Centerville, Massachusetts, United States
Motion Madness
An interactive video game that uses motion sensors to direct your virtual character. Dodge paintballs, navigate a maze or manage a store as you move around your room. How you move determines how well your character does in the game. Plus, you can earn points and compare scores online with friends.
Team:
Katherine Skallerud
Location:
Denver, Colorado, United States
My Personal Coach
Traditional sports training meets modern technology. My Personal Coach is a computer chip that you insert into classic sports equipment to give you feedback from an electronic coach. Whether you play tennis, basketball, or football, you’ll learn tips to improve your game.
Team:
Jose C
Christine Gingerella
Harry M
Dwight Palmisciano
Miranda S
Angel V
Location:
Central Falls, Rhode Island, United States
Ruckus Adventures
An interactive GPS-based adventure game that allows you to create obstacle courses or treasure hunts to challenge your friends using a hand-held device. Explore deserts, rain forests, or other landscapes through the device display, all while moving around your neighborhood. You can even insert obstacles, directing your friends to dance, hula hoop or climb a tree!
Team:
Amy Pendergast
Ryan Pendergast
Location:
Redding, California, United States
Snag Tag
A quick-paced tag game for two or more players working as individuals or in teams. To play, put on your Velcro vest, then throw, catch, and dodge the Snag Tag balls. Earn points based on how you get snagged or tag other players. Move quick or you lose!
Team:
Sheryl Leonard-Schneck
Dan Schneck
Location:
Wauwatosa , Wisconsin, United States
Youth Becoming Healthy Stepper
A portable, lightweight, inexpensive stepper with a built-in music player that youth can use easily in their own room. Listen to Hip-Hop and other great music as you use your Youth Becoming Healthy Stepper to earn prizes and get a great workout. You can even log onto the YBH Stepper website to find support and connect with friends.
Team:
Charissa Butler
Pamela Green-Jackson
Shaundra Smith-McKeithen
Location:
Albany, Georgia, United States

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