Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Schedule 2009

See also details on the projects etc here:


Please post in the comments 2 items:
The name of the group members for the presentation (6 or 7 members per group)
AND
the name of the team members for the project (5 members per team, except two teams will have 4), depending on what you want to present/when you want to present your project.

Please make the names easily identifiable for me (Jay K. if you share the same first name)

Example:

Group 8: Anna B., Bella C., Charly D., Dough E., .... (6 or 7 members)

Team D: Peter A., Ralph B., (5 members per team, except two teams will have 4)

First in, first serve!



Schedule of lectures:

1.
16 Apr

  1. Physicality and Games
  2. Introduction cont.
  3. Contributions explained
2.
23 Apr

  1. Exertion Games
  2. How the Nintendo Wii will get you emotionally invested in video games (Group 1)
  3. Persuasive Games: Wii’s Revolution is in the Past (Group 2)

3.
30 Apr

  1. Guest lecture
  2. Guest lecture
  3. Guest lecture
4.
7 May

  1. Dance Games and other Exergames: what the research says (Group 3)
  2. Report from "Foundations of Digital Games 09", Orlando, USA
  3. The Rhetoric of Exergaming chapter from Persuasive Games book (Group 4)
5.
14 May

  1. An overview of what physical games can be developed with Arduino (Group 5)
  2. Project presentations Madness
  3. The potential of the Wiimote using homebrew techniques such as GlovePIE (Group 6)
6.
21 May

  1. Rules of Play: Unit 3, chapter 28: games as social play (select only highlights) (Group 7)
  2. Project presentations (Team A, B, C, D, E)
  3. Persuasive Games: The Missing Social Rituals of Exergames (Group 8)
7.
28 May

  1. A theory of fun for game design, chapter 5: what games aren't (Group 9)
  2. Project presentations (Team F, G, H, I, J)
  3. Flow in games (and everything else), explain how it relates to games such as flOw (Group 10)
8.
4 Jun

  1. Pervasive games: bringing computer entertainment back to the real world (Group 11)
  2. Project presentations (Team K, L, M, N, O, P)
  3. Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)

134 comments:

  1. Please post here your group and team members (once you have them all together).

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  2. Very interesting lecture. But next time the wii is out we should be playing it.

    just putting it out there.

    -Tom Eccles
    (the one and only.)

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  3. group name: magnificent 7.
    group members
    1. courtney Daly
    2. cagdas "chad" toprak
    3. Carla Bonanno
    4. Ned Kirner
    5. Lauren Ferro
    6. Greggory Smith
    7. Mark Conte
    Selection topic:
    How the Nintendo Wii will get you emotionally invested in video games (Group 1)

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  4. Group name : Nothing Dirty
    Members:
    1 Logan Gray
    2 Tom Eccles
    3 Geoff Walker
    4 Pranee Mckinlay
    5 Mick B
    6 Robert Shea

    Topic: Dance Games and other Exergames: what the research says (Group 3)

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  5. Group name : Nothing Dirty
    Members:
    1 Logan Gray
    2 Tom Eccles
    3 Geoff Walker
    4 Pranee Mckinlay
    5 Mick B
    6 Robert Shea
    7 Tim D'agustino
    (forgot him oops)

    Topic: Dance Games and other Exergames: what the research says (Group 3)

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  6. Wii Win (Group 8)

    1. Rachel Shi
    2. Robert Richards
    3. John Gregg
    4. Sophie Bryson
    5. Ben Taylor
    6. Ben Goodvach-Draffin
    (you said we could have 6 or 7)

    "Persuasive Games: The Missing Social Rituals of Exergames"

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  7. Team Jacob (Group 11)

    1. Jacob Paris
    2. Rhiannon Baragwanath
    3. Dylan Sterland
    4. Andrew Lewis
    5. Kieran Wallace
    6. Adrienne Giuliano

    "Pervasive Games: Brining Computer Entertainment Back to the Real World"

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  8. Nice lecture! I liked how it was really interactive,

    I agree with Tom, we should have played the Wii! There is always a next time...hint hint...

    The assignment sounds fun also!
    Maths and Physics looks like it will be a very fun and interactive learning experience.

    Cheers,
    Carla Bonanno :)

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  9. It was a very loud and lively lecture today unlike our previous classes - which is a good change for everyone :)

    When you asked us to demonstrate some kind of physical activity - you'd told us to "stand up and do something" so I suppose everyone's intention was to get up and move their limbs around with somebody until the time is over, haha... overall, I agree with Nikki when we react with physical activity because of past school experience such as 'physical education'.

    ~ Bao Di :3

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  10. I loved the lecture. It was a great change in that it was ORGONISED (Unlike previous lectures) and very lively, involving everyone. I look forward to the rest of the semester :)

    "What is physical gaming?"
    I think we all made it a little too complicated. I think we all associate "Physical Gaming" with the absence of technology. Simple as that. I guess you have systems like the wii that try to bind the fine borders of what is physical and what is virtual. However, to me, that's not physical gaming. I think it really needs to be based around not using technology, hence why its PHYSICAL gaming. Gaming itself can be either. It's virtual gaming when the physics and gaming is emulated using technology.

    - Benny Head (The Giant)

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  11. Hey Benny... the absence of technology is not a very good description of physical gaming. Everything that's artificially manufactured is technology. A ball for instance is technology.

    Anyway, it was a very engaging lecture. I'm not sure that I gained gained much of an insight into maths or physics though.

    - Geoff Walker

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  12. Group Name: Spongebob Zombiepants

    The members in order of how i wrote them:
    Benny Head
    Vlad Postolache
    Leigh Jackson
    Cherie Davidson
    Nicole Loyson
    Bec Verschuur
    Josh Platt

    Topic: The potential of the Wiimote using homebrew techniques such as GlovePIE (Group 6)

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  13. Yeah when i said technology i was obviously referring to electronical.

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  14. /me is looking for group

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  15. Great that we have topic for next week already covered! Keep it coming!
    Well done everyone,
    Floyd

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  16. Name: TB AZN (temporary?)

    Jin Wang
    Thao Truong
    Bao Di Tran
    Samantha
    Kayra Goh
    Vicki (Victoria?)

    Topic: A theory of fun for game design, what games aren't (Group 9)

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  17. hmmm yes was quite an engaging lecture wasnt it . of all the lectures iv had so far it was one of the few that i didnt completly zone out for, it was interactive and gave us something to think about that stimulated our minds in a positive manner....wooooo plus it seemed to have some direction where previous seemed to fumble over themselves alot ...although it looks like theres some actual work goin on...that crazy as man.................any way twas a good lecture but three hours could be pushing the friendship................this is my COMMENT

    rory sampson


    also looking for a group so ..........GROUP ME OR ELSE!......

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  18. ok, heres a new update list of the members with their full names.

    Group Name: TB AZN

    Jin Wang
    Thao Truong
    Bao Di Tran
    Samantha To
    Kayra Goh
    Victoria Na

    Topic: A theory of fun for game design, what games aren't (Group 9)

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  19. Ben Goodvach-DraffinApril 17, 2009 at 2:12 PM

    In terms of the lecture itself, i really enjoyed the interactivity of it, and nice work Floyd on somehow making it work with 70 odd people.

    It seems the basis of lecture revolved slightly around whether the "Hug At A Distance" was actually what the public wanted. And revolved a little more around what is "Physical Gaming".

    In terms of "Hug At A Distance"(HAD), I had a fair bit of trouble understanding just why someone would realistically want such a thing. Yeah, it was beautiful in its sentimentality. But when it boils down, it's another way of saying i'm "thinking of you" and expressing it through a technological outlet. There are a few other things that do this, these being:
    Telephone, Email, SMS, written letters, couriered roses and having an aeroplane write sweet nothings in smoke to name a few.
    Marketing wise, well, it was never meant to be a product for the masses (i think). So it's not really an issue. But considering the grant to create this thing was probably somewhere between $5000 and $20 000, it probably isn't that affordable to the average family.
    OK so the HAT is an instantaneous form of expression and all it is supposed to represent is ones emotion to another, which i guess to a certain extent it does. But there are that many different ways of doing this already, i don't think in terms of technology that we need another at this point. Maybe when holograms or some such are invented then yeah sure, knock yourself out. In the mean time, maybe just hug a pillow.

    So, whats physical gaming? When we were told to stand up and do something physical, yes, we all moved.
    Someone mentioned this being due to popular culture, and in my opinion it hits the nail on the head pretty succinctly.
    After say 1995, which was the release of ID's "Doom" on PC - when digital games first really came apparent to the general media) and before 8/12/2006 (The release of the Wii in its major markets).
    If someone said i play games, most people would assume it was a computer game.
    If someone said i play physical games, most people would probably think it's something to do with physical theatre and stage play.
    And thats pretty much how contemporary culture had defined the two ideas.

    Now, we had a little class discussion about whats physical, and whats gaming. The end result being that it was physical if more action occurred in real life rather than within the media system. And it was a game if it had rules.

    Enter the Wii. And here is where having it set up in our lecture theatre, it made a really nice point. The Wii, which has an equal amount of physical and digital action is sort of the epitome of physical gaming. Unless you bring games like billiards or foosball into it...because they're games...and not sports...and they're physical...

    But to summarise there it is,
    Wii == Physical Gaming

    Ben

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  20. Floyd, all I have to say is WOW! and well done.

    Your teaching style is a huge improvement on the one we have previously been experiencing to this year in Maths and Physics.

    I enjoyed your lecture, especially with the amount of interactivity you had with us. It was less clinical to other lectures where you are a student among a plethora of other students all learning the same thing; we are considered individuals with names rather than student numbers, which I think allows us to feel more involved. The lecture itself was enjoyable, mentally stimulating and it kept me interested. It wasn't one of those lectures where the lecturer has a monotone voice and you are either zoning in and out thinking about other things or counting down the minutes until the lecture ends.

    Asking us to define the term "physical gaming" made me think outside the square and not just at the obvious. I was thinking it involves action, movement... and then through the group discussion I began to think "how would this relate to physics?" And then it became apparent to me, how to define physical gaming. It was, in a sense, a challenge to develop a new and more insightful way of approaching normal everyday things with a physics and/or mathematical mindset.

    I now look forward to maths and physics :)

    Lauren Ferro

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  21. I`ll update our group name and topic asap

    Group Name: TBA

    Lawrence Wong
    Nicholas Lim
    Trevor Talbol
    Charlie Ze
    Michael Robertson
    Rory Sampson
    Jessi

    Topic: TBA

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  22. Nice lecture. There was a lot more energy in it then the previous lecturers. Makes you feel more involved in what your learning

    Mick B

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  23. Ben Goodvach-DraffinApril 18, 2009 at 9:07 PM

    Floyd,

    Can we please have a marking and submission outline for the assessment involving groups of 5, designing our physical game. You're telling us to get started and so forth but we have no dates of submission or anything like that.

    Cheers
    Ben

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  24. Hi Ben,

    Your task is to present a physical game idea in class.
    It may help to use concepts you learned on class to justify and explain your design, but really it is up to you to demonstrate that your idea is the most innovative/thoughtful/engaging (you pick your aim, too).I can say some more about it in next class, I understand it is tough after only 1 h of discussion.
    The deadline works as follows: when you enter your team, you also enter when you present: on the schedule page, there are time slots for each team (A, B, ...), so first in, first serve. Until next lecture, you should focus on trying to get your group together and do the rest of the homework.

    Cheers,
    Floyd

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  25. Ben Goodvach-DraffinApril 19, 2009 at 6:44 PM

    Floyd,

    I'm sorry, i must be missing something obvious.

    The deadline you outlined is for the "groups" of 8 which i understand are presented depending on which topic we choose.

    I'm inquiring about the "teams" of 5 assessment involving the web page. When is this presented/due?

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  26. On the last 3 lectures, look for team A, B,C,...

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  27. Ben Goodvach-DraffinApril 20, 2009 at 2:15 AM

    ...so i was missing something obvious

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  28. Team is:
    Daniel Kidney
    Timothy Goschnick
    Damien Gatt
    Yi Kai Cheung
    Wai Cheng Gan
    Raphael Chung

    Flow in games (Group 10)

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  29. Hey Floyd, I was not expecting a lecture like that when I walked in last week. I gatta say that not having an exam is the most refreshing thing about this subject so far. I'm having trouble finding a group since I am not a first year student like the rest of the kids. So I dont really know what to do at this point.

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  30. George,
    Why don't you pick the topic for this week and email your fellow students who wants to join you? They will be pleased with your initiative...

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  31. Team F...

    Benny Head
    Vlad Postolache
    Nicole Loyson
    Bec Verschuur
    Josh Platt

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  32. Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    ...Anyone who wants to join??


    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)

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  33. Aforementioned team doing Flow in games (group 10) now has a new member.

    Daniel Kidney
    Timothy Goschnick
    Damien Gatt
    Yi Kai Cheung
    Wai Cheng Gan
    Raphael Chung
    Lisa Dyball

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  34. Hi,
    I'm just commenting on the lecture last thursday on the 16th of april.

    I thought it was a great lecture and the way you engage the students is great as it gets everyone involved and apart of the conversation, which is really important as in a lot of lectures, the students don't get to do much talking.
    On the topic that was presented in the lecture defining a "Physical Game" I thought the fact that we couldn't even come to a conclusion was funny, in the sense that when you say "let's play a physical game" in real life, people do it straight away and don't run away to an xbox. But when you try and analyze it, its a much more in depth conversation and no one really knows the answer. I think the closest we got was saying that the result was in the real world, where as in virtual games the result is inside the virtual world.

    Anyways very interesting lecture other than that,
    and I'm sure it's had everyone thinking about games more(which is what we really want from uni isn't it?)

    - Tim D'Agostino (s3196906)

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  35. I have NO idea whats going on. But I'm in George's group nao. Hooray!

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  36. Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    Mariah LeRoy
    ...Anyone who wants to join??

    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)

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  37. Via email from Michele:

    Hi everyone!

    Michele wants to talk about the Wii ("Wii's revolution is in the past") this Thursday, but she does not know many people: who wants to join her?

    Come on everyone, let's get this organized with good old telecommunication! If you want to join Michele, email and use the blog. Michele, you should enter your name on the blog same way George did (http://gameslecture.blogspot.com/2009/04/schedule.html#comments)

    Well done for taking this on Michele, I am sure we'll find you great contributors!

    Cheers,
    Floyd



    On 21/04/2009, at 5:27 PM, Michele Iannello wrote:

    Hi Floyd, its michele here. I would really like to present on the wii. It is the topic that appeals to me the most. The problem is i just transferred into the course and only know one person. I think a lot of students are in the same boat and dont know many other students. I think teams should be constructed inside of class with your assistance. It would be much easier to select a group once everyone is together/ we can see who is remaining. Then it just becomes an issue of deliberating the workload. I will try my best to get a group organized before then but i think it will have to wait until thursday.

    Thank you.

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  38. Bugger the lecture content, I just like the accent.

    Last week's lecture was a postmodern pastiche of contemporary design theory and traditional narratives of intrinsic value, referencing Derrida's work of the continually fractured and constructed nature of signified and signifier. How's that.

    Group K (for the project; name undecided)

    Sama Rind
    Lisa Dyball
    Kalonica Quigley
    Georgina Zuzek
    Kim Daniel.

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  39. Hi,George~
    Can i jion your group?
    =)

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  40. Rhiannon BaragwanathApril 21, 2009 at 8:17 PM

    Hi, I'm Rhiannon, and here is my 5 member team.

    TEAM H

    Rhiannon Baragwanath
    Jacob Paris
    Dylan Sterland
    Leigh Jackson
    Kieran Wallace

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  41. Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    Mariah LeRoy
    Jiajing Zhang
    ...Anyone who wants to join??

    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)

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  42. Sorry, he spelt my name wrong haha

    Charlie Le = Chuong Le s3235986

    :)

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  43. Group Name: TBA

    Lawrence Wong
    Nicholas Lim
    Trevor Talbol
    Charlie Le
    Michael Robertson
    Rory Sampson
    Jesse holtam

    *sorry for the wrong spelling*

    Topic: TBA

    Topic and group name will be updated by tomorrow sorry for the delay

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  44. George!
    Can I please join your group?

    Kalonica Quigley

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  45. Scott Battye S3201290April 21, 2009 at 9:20 PM

    George, I am seeking a group, is there still a spot in your team?

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  46. Scott Battye S3201290April 21, 2009 at 10:01 PM

    And by team I meant group...

    Email is S3201290@student.rmit.edu.au

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  47. Pranee here,
    I love so many of the comments, I could spend hours replying to them, but won't, sorry. (Too much other stuff to do)
    I need to complete my group of 5 for the second assignment. So far there's
    1) My, myself & I
    2) Cherie Davidson (You wrote Davidso in my diary?)
    3) Jin Wang (if that's you with the karing.j e-mail which is wrong and was returned to me :()

    and Ned... are you in or on another boat???

    and the guy with the hat, the black one that does digital arts and I introduced to a Game Studio group, we want you? Ned does particularily, he's all hot & sweaty at the thought of working with you...are you free? (sorry I forgot your name) Do you wanna play with us??? Please post back if you get this...
    ;)

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  48. For Group of 5

    Lawrence Wong
    Nicholas Lim

    3 more spots available[will be full by Thursday 23]. please let me know if your interested to join this group.

    my contact : s3175889@student.rmit.edu.au

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  49. Yo, Bec here. I am finding it really hard to define, 'physical games' , because the word physical, tends to mean actually doing something physical, for example playing sport like netball. So when we were asked to 'play' a physical game. We assume straight away we are being asked to do something physical involving strength or fitness. Also involving more than one person, to compete with.

    It's also more about win/lose situations and rules. We can argue for example a board game, is not a physical game, because it's not really in a sense, physical. Yes, we can be really picky about saying how our eyes move, or how we throw the dice with our hands.

    I don't think we can define physical games, as a whole. There are many definitions that describe each different type of game play. I'm sure we can discuss for hours what these are..

    I really enjoyed thursday's class. I thought it was a good opportunity to discuss things most of us haven't had a chance to even think about. Got me thinking for sure!

    Peace!

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  50. Group Name: Barrel Roll

    Andrew Demetriou
    Daniel Angelone
    Kim Daniel
    Georgie Zuzek
    Amanda Bailey
    Dominic Atta
    Leanne Lee

    Group 7.. Rules of Play something something.

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  51. Group Name: Smoking Rabbit
    Lawrence Wong
    Nicholas Lim
    Trevor Talbol
    Charlie Le
    Michael Robertson
    Rory Sampson
    Jesse holtham

    Topic: Group 5 :An overview of what physical games can be developed with Arduino

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  52. Hi, I need to join a group of 7. And also a group of 5 if Lawrence doesn't accept me. I'm so screwed.

    I missed last week's class as I was away for easter and it seemed like a blast! Aw man

    Any groups needing more?

    Please email me twp1989@gmail.com if possible, if not s3193654@rmit.edu.au

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  53. erm, I meant s3193654@student.rmit.edu.au

    sorry =(.

    Quick, I need groups ASAP =D

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  54. Group name: TBA #2.
    Group of 5:

    Daniel Kidney
    Lauren Ferro
    Chad Toprak
    Damien Gatt
    Carla Bonanno

    :D

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  55. Wei Pin Tan here, panda's my nickname btw.

    Anyways, anyone still looking for group members? i still need a group for both, 7 and 5.

    twp1989@gmail.com
    or
    s3193654@student.rmit.edu.au

    thanks!

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  56. Group of 5
    Group Name: tranquility

    Lawrence Wong
    Yi Kai Cheung
    Trevor Talbol
    Nicholas Lim
    Chuong Nguyen Le /Charlie Le

    Group : M

    sorry guys but our group has full atm unless any "update" might happen. So we are not looking for any more members for now.
    (sorry lolx but seriously i don't know how to say or apologize in a better way).

    thanks,
    Lawrence Wong

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  57. Group of 5
    Group Name (temporary): Mr Squiggle's Homeboy's
    Group: P (Unless updated to another which is still available)

    (Joanne) Pranee McKinlay
    Cherie Davidson
    Ned Charles Kirner
    Jin Wang
    &
    Kieren [David Wallace?...did you double book dude??? If you did, I want Georgie if she's still free...)

    Cheers all & unless this is updated, that's all folks
    :)

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  58. Hey guys, Logan Gray here

    Geoff walker and i are looking for 3 other willing members to make up a fivesome for ..... the project.. ahem... LOL. but in all seriousness. we need to get 3 more people by 4 pm tomorrow. Message me at 0439619290 or s3235083@Student.rmit.edu.au.



    Peace.
    Logan

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  59. To group of 5: which letter do you want to be???

    Group of 5 said...

    Group name: TBA #2.
    Group of 5:

    Daniel Kidney
    Lauren Ferro
    Chad Toprak
    Damien Gatt
    Carla Bonanno

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  60. team J :
    Group of 5

    Logan Gray
    Geoff Walker
    Thao Uyen
    Tim D'Agostino
    Leanne Lee

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  61. Team j is switching ... TO TEAM p !!!!!

    sorry to hassle but yeah, one of out group members couldnt make it on the 28th.

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  62. TEAM O AS IN ORLY?April 22, 2009 at 11:03 PM

    god dammit. i guess we are switching to team O
    : TEAM o
    Group of 5

    Logan Gray
    Geoff Walker
    Thao Uyen
    Tim D'Agostino
    Leanne Lee

    sorry!

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  63. Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    Mariah LeRoy
    Jiajing Zhang
    Kalonica Quigley
    ....
    ....
    ....
    ...Anyone who wants to join??

    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)

    BTW not gonna be able to make it to this thursday's class. Anyone needs to contact me just find me on facebook or post here.

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  64. Floyd said...
    To group of 5: which letter do you want to be???

    Group of 5 said...

    Group name: TBA #2.
    Group of 5:

    Daniel Kidney
    Lauren Ferro
    Chad Toprak
    Damien Gatt
    Carla Bonanno

    -------------------------------------------

    Sorry, I forgot that:

    Group name: TBA #2
    Group P

    Cheerio
    :D

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  65. I thought it was a good lecture because it engage the students to get involved and add in what they were thinking. i came late to class so i don't know what happen in the beginning either way very good for the first class.

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  66. George Selemidis: Sheba Sullivan, s3233574 here! Is there still room in group 12? To paraphrase Spiro Agnew, "Let's Get Physical!"... but that might have been Olivia Newton John. The distinction between the two has always been a little unclear!

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  67. last week's lecture was definitely more interesting than the lectures we had in the past. good change, especially when the lecture is about maths and physics! =p

    vicky na
    s3239097

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  69. My comments on last weeks lecture.

    I enjoyed you presentation techniques and class involvement. Peer review and comments always help to create a great environment for learning and going beyond the basics of just passing the class.

    The idea of extending physicality in games to more tactile experiences is an interesting one, and might be to many of us weird at first. But as was mentioned in last weeks lecture, I think this could be due more to our culture and what we are used to in gaming. The same can definitely be said about the virtual hugs.

    I think that the virtual hug is a great look into what could be and maybe even should be done to make long distance electronic relationships better. Not necessarily relationships of the sexual kind, I'm talking about friends and family too. It would be great to have that extra physical interaction with out loved ones and I do believe there is a possible market for these types of devices.

    Whilst last weeks lecture was thoroughly enjoyable, as has been noted in other peoples comments, I am not sure that it is really fitting the learning outcomes as originally described in the Maths and Physics course overview. This is not a negative attack on the course or what we are learning, as what we have been, and are to learn is very useful information and valuable to our career pathways and I am looking forward to future lectures.

    Just thought I'd put forward that it's a bit... different: http://www.rmit.edu.au/courses/037017

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  71. Team L

    Group of 4

    1. Mark Conte
    2. Courtney Daly
    3. Cagdas "Chad" Toprak
    4. Gregory “Gregg” Smith

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  72. Floyd said...
    To group of 5: which letter do you want to be???

    Group of 5 said...

    Group name: TBA #2.
    Group of 5:

    Daniel Kidney
    Lauren Ferro
    Chad Toprak
    Damien Gatt
    Carla Bonanno

    -------------------------------------------

    Sorry, I forgot that:

    Group name: TBA #2
    Group P

    Cheerio
    :D
    -----------------------
    Ok I must have missed the fact that some one else already chose "P" for their team:

    TAKE TWO:
    Group of Five:
    Team N.

    Daniel Kidney
    Lauren Ferro
    Chad Toprak
    Damien Gatt
    Carla Bonanno

    Sorry for triple posting...:(

    PS: Hey Gregg! Did u take Chad away?

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  73. I am still looking for a team for the group of 5 assignment. Will work for acceptance in group :( Anyway, if anyone still have a place in their group and would like another member please email me ASAP! Thanks.

    My student number is (s3191571)

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  74. Looking for a team of 5 for assignment 2
    My name is Bao Di, email me: s3235414

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  75. hey Chris Tran here. was wondering if there were any groups out there who needed another member. i'm not in a group of 7 as well as a group of 5. it would be super cool if someone invites me to join a group
    here's my email
    email: s3200763
    cheers

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  76. Scott Battye S3201290April 24, 2009 at 6:24 PM

    "Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    Mariah LeRoy
    Jiajing Zhang
    Kalonica Quigley
    ....
    ....
    ....
    ...Anyone who wants to join??

    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)"

    Pick me, pick me!

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  77. Scott Battye S3201290April 24, 2009 at 11:13 PM

    So it looks like I'm posting our team of 5:

    Team(K) (or something else):
    Scott Battye
    Mariah LeRoy
    David Biro
    Mick Brennan
    Rob (sorry, I don't know your last name)

    If I've spelt any names wrong, correct me :)

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  78. Just a quick fix, i put the wrong name in my group. Sorry about that, and sorry Ben.

    Team L

    Group of 4

    1. Mark Conte
    2. Courtney Daly
    3. Ben Taylor
    4. Gregory “Gregg” Smith

    Its supose to be Ben not Chad
    Sorry guys.

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  79. "Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    Mariah LeRoy
    Jiajing Zhang
    Kalonica Quigley
    Scott Battye
    Sheba Sullivan
    ....
    ONE SPOT LEFT

    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)"

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  80. Still need a group of 5, anyone floating around with no team want to consider joining me? I only have one other guy at the moment->(Tim) though not sure if he has found a team yet so yeah, if you're interested give me a heads up! Thanks!

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  81. Err we haven't got a full team per se, but at the moments its

    Ben and Daniel

    Just reserving a time slot, we're looking for more!

    (I think K was a available, otherwise we'll hit up "I")

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  82. Ben and Daniel, you interested in more members. And is the for the group of 5?

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  83. Ben, Daniel, and possibly Gan, do you still need some members for your proposed 5-person team? I can contribute a pun team name (the best/worst kind of team name): "The Huggernauts"

    Sheba Sullivan s3233574

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  84. No I still have not found a team yet so maybe Im joining yours and if you need more members, I think my friend Tim needs a team as well. So there ya go

    thanks

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  85. There seems to be a few people floating around here without full 5-person teams, me included. Time is running ever out, so im just going to post this:

    -Wai Cheng Gan
    -Timothy Goschnick
    - *
    - *
    - *
    (* - this could be you!)

    If you dont have a team please feel free to add yourself :D
    oh and say your stundent no.

    cheers, Tim s3236138

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  86. sorry,this is really late.

    Team Name: tbc
    1.Vicky Na s3239097
    2.Sophie Bryson s3238515
    3."Gan" Waicheng Gan s3191571
    4.Tim Goschnick s3236138
    5.Tom Ecckles s3.....
    6.Raphael Chung s3242135

    I know we have 6 instead of 5 people... but then one of us won't have a group...

    hope thats ok

    do we also post the date that we want to present here too?

    vicky

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  87. Yeah we'll take all, yes the group of 5. So three more.

    email me on

    s3163806@student.rmit.edu.au

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  88. Rhiannon BaragwanathApril 29, 2009 at 1:02 PM

    Hi this is Rhiannon again, just updating my 5 person team (team H). Please replace Kieran Wallace with Daniel Angelone, as Kieran already had a 5 person team.

    Cheers

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  89. I didn't have anything to say about the first lecture.

    About the second lecture:
    http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/david_perry_on_videogames.html

    Towards the end of this talk, the guy shows a video made by a student (I think) that is all about how he has become emotionally addicted to games, not because of the wii-mote, but because the game itself (graphics, story, visual effects and sounds/music) create an emotional connection that fully emerses him into a game. If only I'd this before our talk, it would have been even better.

    And for the group doing the talk about wii-mote hacks:
    http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/johnny_lee_demos_wii_remote_hacks.html

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  90. Group: G
    Name: I'm sick of people who don't email back

    Members:
    Andrew Lewis
    --
    --
    --
    --

    Thats it! :O if you want in, my email is blueflamepurple@hotmail.com

    I've already started working on the project so if you're alone and would like a head start, EMAIL ME,
    please.

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  91. Samantha To
    s3197261

    I still need a grouop for the 5 one =(
    please e-mail on my school email

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  92. Scott Battye S3201290May 1, 2009 at 11:38 PM

    An update to our list and we're going to stick with K:

    Team K:
    Scott Battye
    Mariah LeRoy
    David Biro
    Mick Brennan
    Robert Shea

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  93. @Scott Battye: K is already taken, please chose another letter that is not taken yet.

    @Andrew Lewis: you need more team members.

    @Vicky Na: You need to select a letter (that is not already taken)

    @Tim Goschnik, @Sheba Sullivan: you need more members and a letter

    @ben, @Daniel: you need a to provide more than your first names to identify you. You also need more team members and a unique letter




    @everyone: lecture comments go under the appropriate comment section, not here, please move if you want them to count.

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  94. RORY SAMPSON SAY.....
    urgent this is our team of 5
    rory sampson
    jesse holtham
    john gregg
    rachel shi
    ahn tu tran (sorry if thats wrong buddie)
    Sorry floyd about the late post it just slipped our minds we have had this group for a while
    RORY

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  95. Hi, Sama Rind here. (s3239506)

    I'm not in a group of 7 yet, so if any one needs a member, I'll be happy to join. :P

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  96. ok I need a group it's Anh-tu Tran.. who still has slots >?/ i am rfeally confused email me s3132638@student.rmit.edu.au or call me 04313893575............. willing to join group 12!!!!

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  97. Ben Goodvach-DrafifnMay 3, 2009 at 1:10 PM

    TIM s3236138, Adding to your group - hope you don't mind

    1. Wai Cheng Gan
    2. Timothy Goschnick
    3. Ben Goodvach-Draffin 3163806
    4. Daniel Mills
    5. Bao Di Tran

    I don't know Daniel or Bao's student numbers, i'll email you on your student email account.

    Regards
    Ben
    -------------------------------
    Wai Cheng Gan
    -Timothy Goschnick
    - *
    - *
    - *
    (* - this could be you!)

    If you dont have a team please feel free to add yourself :D
    oh and say your stundent no.

    cheers, Tim s3236138

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  98. Ben Goodvach-DraffinMay 3, 2009 at 1:11 PM

    Just Adding the Last member of the group

    --------------------------------
    Wii Win (Group 8)

    1. Rachel Shi
    2. Robert Richards
    3. John Gregg
    4. Sophie Bryson
    5. Ben Taylor
    6. Ben Goodvach-Draffin
    7. Daniel Mills

    "Persuasive Games: The Missing Social Rituals of Exergames"

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  99. Hi, Sama Rind here again. (s3239506)

    Hey, getting a little urgent. I really need to join a group of 7, so please email me or post a reply here.

    Email: s3239506@student.rmit.edu.au

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  100. Ben! sorry about this, it probably wasnt that clear but me and Gan kinda already have a group. After i posted the 'add yourself' comment we found a group and posted it:

    1.Vicky Na s3239097
    2.Sophie Bryson s3238515
    3."Gan" Waicheng Gan s3191571
    4.Tim Goschnick s3236138
    5.Tom Ecckles s3.....
    6.Raphael Chung s3242135
    (This is the group of 5)

    so yeah just wanted to clear that up. Hope thats ok.

    Tim Goschnick s3236138

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  101. (Group 4)- The Rhetoric of Exergaming (Persuasive Games)

    (group of 7)

    1. Sama Rind (s3239506)
    2. Tay (s3214125)
    3....
    4....
    5....
    6....
    7....

    (We need some more members fast!)

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  102. @Rory, Ben, Tim: Your team is not complete until you select a letter!

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  103. @Floyd:

    Our team of 5 as listed by Rory up there -

    (rory sampson
    jesse holtham
    john gregg
    rachel shi
    anh tu tran)

    - is Team M -- which, so far as my Ctrl+F can see, hasn't been taken yet? This commenting system is a bit ridiculous, sorry to say D:

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  104. (Group 4)- The Rhetoric of Exergaming (Persuasive Games)

    (group of 7)

    (altered list)

    1. Sama Rind (s3239506)
    2. Tay (s3214125)
    3. Raphael (s3131994)
    4....
    5....
    6....
    7....

    (We need some more members by Tuesday!)

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  105. Ben Goodvach-DraffinMay 4, 2009 at 12:55 PM

    unlucky...

    It now stands at

    1. Ben Goodvach-Draffin 3163806
    2. Daniel Mills
    3. Bao Di Tran


    And we are at K!!!!

    We need two more...

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  106. Amanda Bailey s3238040May 4, 2009 at 1:10 PM

    1. Amanda Joy Bailey
    2. Leanne Lee
    3. Adrienne Guiliano
    4. Dominic Atta
    5. Michele (awesome clothes)
    6. Rhys (brown hair)

    ReplyDelete
  107. Amanda Bailey s3238040May 4, 2009 at 1:11 PM

    previous post is for 2nd assignment (:

    ReplyDelete
  108. (Group 4)- The Rhetoric of Exergaming (Persuasive Games)

    (group of 7)

    (altered list)

    1. Sama Rind (s3239506)
    2. Tay (s3214125)
    3. Raphael (s3131994)
    4. Anh-tu Tran (s3132638)
    5....
    6....
    7....

    ReplyDelete
  109. Scott Battye S3201290May 5, 2009 at 12:04 AM

    @Ben:

    Pretty sure Kin had K first, found that out after trying to claim it myself... can we get a list of the remaining available letters please Floyd?

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  110. Scott Battye S3201290May 5, 2009 at 12:05 AM

    Ah shit... that's shocking yuping there, sorry Kim.

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  111. Scott Battye S3201290May 5, 2009 at 12:06 AM

    I give up -_-

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  112. @all the teams without letter: you need to do the same that I do: go through the other teams and see which letter has not been taken yet and pick one. The letter determines when you demonstrate your project.
    Without one, your team is not complete!

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  113. These comments haven't seemed to be a very productive way of organising team letter assignments.

    Floyd, maybe you could make a post with all the letter assignments in it, and update it as everyone comments on that post to claim there number? Or randomly assign them to each team?

    ie:

    Team Post

    Team A:
    Blah
    Blah
    ...

    Team B:

    Blah
    Blah

    Team C:
    Not claimed
    ...

    etc.

    Then update it as people claim numbers?

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  114. Scott Battye S3201290May 5, 2009 at 9:51 PM

    Or perhaps everyone should be posting "Team X" where X = the letter so Ctrl + F actually finds it and we know it already taken.

    Also the rediculous change with one group changing three times confused the hell out'a me; so provided it's available:

    Team P:
    Scott Battye
    Mariah LeRoy
    David Biro
    Mick Brennan
    Robert Shea

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  115. Scott Battye S3201290May 6, 2009 at 12:12 AM

    Which I guess it's not which is the reason the group changed it to O...

    Let's try this one:
    Team G:
    Scott Battye
    Mariah LeRoy
    David Biro
    Mick Brennan
    Robert Shea

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  116. Scott Battye S3201290May 6, 2009 at 12:19 AM

    And again, at a quick glance Team G didn't show up but is taken... -_-

    We're claiming Team J, I've ran two searches and the only one that showed was J as in Jam and they've changed it to O. So it's ours now.

    And don't anyone say otherwise or they can GTFO for not doin' it right...

    Team J:
    Scott Battye
    Mariah LeRoy
    David Biro
    Mick Brennan
    Robert Shea

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  117. @Everyone: there are still a few groups without letters and a few with letters already taken, please correct.

    Especially Ben, Rachael, your letters are taken I can see straight away.

    I'll post a complete list, I've added bogus letters for groups that do not have one (e.g. X, Y ...)

    Please make sure you are in the right group, it is essential for you that it is clear who presents when! (Your project should be well underway by now..)

    Floyd

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  118. H Angelone,Daniel Group 7: Rules of Play
    Z Atta,Dominic David Brennan Group 7: Rules of Play
    Z Bailey,Amanda Joy Group 7: Rules of Play
    H Baragwanath,Rhiannon April Group 11: Team Jacob
    J Battye,Scott Robert Group 12: TEAM
    Bilimoria,Adithya
    J Biro,David
    N Bonanno,Carla Jesica Group 1: magnificent 7
    J Brennan,Mick James Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    Y Bryson,Sophie Annalisa Group 8: Wii Win
    M Cheung,Yi Kai Group 10: Flow
    Y Chung,Raphael Shang Yuen Group 10: Flow
    L Conte,Mark Group 1: magnificent 7
    O D'Agostino,Timothy Evan Claus Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    L Daly,Courtney Cassandra Group 1: magnificent 7
    K Daniel,Kimberley Grace Group 7: Rules of Play
    P Davidson,Cherie Simone Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    O Demetriou,Andrew James Group 7: Rules of Play
    K Dyball,Lisa Nicole Group 10: Flow
    Y Eccles,Thomas Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    N Ferro,Lauren Stacey Group 1: magnificent 7
    Y Gan,Wei Cheng Group 10: Flow
    P Gatt,Damien Paul Group 10: Flow
    Z Giuliano,Adrienne Group 11: Team Jacob
    Goh,Hee Young Group 9: TB ANZ
    Y Goodvach-Draffin,Ben Group 8: Wii Win
    Y Goschnick,Timothy Lee Group 10: Flow
    O Gray,Logan Francis Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    W Gregg,John Robert Group 8: Wii Win
    F Head,Benjamin Edward Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    W Holtham,Jesse Dean Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    Z Iannello,Michele Group 2: Wii's revolution is in the past
    H Jackson,Leigh Shannon Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    Jiang,Shi Hao Raphael Group 4
    N Kidney,Daniel Matthew Group 10: Flow
    P Kirner,Ned Charles Group 1: magnificent 7
    J Le Roy,Mariah Nicole Group 12: TEAM
    M Le,Chuong Nguyen Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    Z Lee,Leanne Group 7: Rules of Play
    G Lewis,Andrew Daniel Group 11: Team Jacob
    M Lim,Chong Hock Nicholas Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    F Loyson,Nicole Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    P McKinlay,Joanne Pranee Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    Y Mills,Daniel James Group 8: Wii Win
    Y Na,Victoria Group 9: TB ANZ
    Nguyen,Tamnhu Dao
    H Paris,Jacob Emmanuel Group 11: Team Jacob
    F Platt,Joshua David Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    F Postolache,Vlad Andrei Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    K Quigley,Kalonica May Group 12: TEAM
    Richards,Robert Edward Group 8: Wii Win
    K Rind,Sama Taj Group 4
    Robertson,Michael David Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    W Sampson,Rory Michael Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    Selemidis,George Group 12: TEAM
    J Shea,Robert Paton Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    W Shi,Rachel Group 8: Wii Win
    L Smith,Gregory Grant Group 1: magnificent 7
    H Sterland,Dylan Leigh Group 11: Team Jacob
    Sullivan,Fraser Daniel Group 12: TEAM
    M Talbot,Trevor Thomas Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    Tan,Wei Pin
    Tay,Pek Loke Group 4
    L Taylor,Benjamin Ryan Group 8: Wii Win
    To,Samantha Group 9: TB ANZ
    N Toprak,Cagdas Group 1: magnificent 7
    W Tran,Anh-Tu Nguyen Group 4
    Y Tran,Bao Di Group 9: TB ANZ
    Tran,Christopher Group 12: TEAM
    O Truong,Thao Uyen Group 9: TB ANZ
    F Verschuur,Rebecca Anne Group 6: Spongebob Zombiepants
    O Walker,Geoffrey John Group 3: Nothing Dirty
    ? Wallace,Kieren David Group 11: Team Jacob
    P Wang,Jin Group 9: TB ANZ
    Z Weatherburn,Rhys Group 2: Wii's revolution is in the past
    M Wong,Sie Han Lawrence Group 5: Smoking Rabbit
    Zhang,Jia Jing Group 12: TEAM
    K Zuzek,Georgina Amy Group 7: Rules of Play

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  119. what does this meannnn!

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  120. Ok, our team group of 5 thing is made up of these beautiful people

    1. Ben Goodvach-Draffin 3163806
    2. Daniel Mills sXXXXXXX
    3. Bao Di Tran sXXXXXXX
    4. Sheba Sullivan (s3233574)
    5. Kayra Goh, s3165050

    And i don't really understand what that list from floyd means. So if someone knows a spare letter, we'll take it

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  121. Scott Battye S3201290May 6, 2009 at 1:40 PM

    @Ben, the letter in front of each persons name is the group they're in; if they have "X", "Y", "Z" etc. or no letter at all, then they don't have a team or team letter yet. At least, that's my understanding of it :P

    I think, looking at that list, B, C, D, and E are available :), I thought A was taken already, not sure about that one.

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  122. Team E

    1. Rachel Shi
    2. John Gregg
    3. Anh-Tu Tran
    4. Jesse Holtham
    5. Rory Sampson

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  123. 1. Ben Goodvach-Draffin 3163806
    2. Daniel Mills XXXXXXX
    3. Bao Di Tran XXXXXXX
    4. Sheba Sullivan 3233574
    5. Kayra Goh, 3165050

    Are D

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  124. George SelemidisMay 6, 2009 at 6:30 PM

    I need anyone who is in my group to please email me with your names at thatcanadiandude@hotmail.com.Havent actually met you guys yet so I guess we really need to get cracking on that.

    Our Group looks like this. If your name is here and you havent met me yet email me.

    "Name: TEAM

    George Selemidis
    Mariah LeRoy
    Jiajing Zhang
    Kalonica Quigley
    Scott Battye
    Sheba Sullivan
    Christopher Tran


    Fish’n’Steps: Encouraging Physical Activity with an Interactive Computer Game, and compare it to Nike+ (Group 12)"

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  125. Kieran David Wallace is confirmed for group P in the team of 5 :)


    So to confirm all members:
    Group of 5
    Group Name : Mr Squiggle's Homeboy's
    Group: P

    (Joanne) Pranee McKinlay
    Cherie Davidson
    Ned Charles Kirner
    Jin Wang
    Kieren David Wallace
    Cheers all & unless this is updated, that's all folks
    :)

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  126. OK. Update to TEAM G
    -tag- G Team G Group G TeamG GroupG

    1. Andrew Lewis - S32381034
    2. Samantha To - S3197261

    theres more, they just havn't emailed me thier names and numbers yet.

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  127. Ok, the following people have failed to select a letter or have not formed teams. For those who formed teams, but have no letters, I have assigned the letters A & B. This means you present on 21 May. If you have not formed teams, I assume you will not present and fail this assignment.

    If you have another letter, your presentation time is on the schedule's page.


    Team A:
    Bryson,Sophie Annalisa
    Chung,Raphael Shang Yuen
    Eccles,Thomas
    Gan,Wei Cheng
    Goschnick,Timothy Lee
    Na,Victoria

    Team B:
    Atta,Dominic David Brennan
    Bailey,Amanda Joy
    Giuliano,Adrienne
    Iannello,Michele
    Lee,Leanne
    Weatherburn,Rhys

    No teams:
    Bilimoria,Adithya
    Jiang,Shi Hao Raphael
    Nguyen,Tamnhu Dao
    Richards,Robert Edward
    Robertson,Michael David
    Selemidis,George
    Tan,Wei Pin
    Tay,Pek Loke
    Tran,Christopher
    Zhang,Jia Jing


    People with letters and teams:
    Team D:
    Goh,Hee Young D
    Goodvach-Draffin,Ben D
    Mills,Daniel James D
    Sullivan,Fraser Daniel D
    Tran,Bao Di D

    Team E:
    Gregg,John Robert E
    Holtham,Jesse Dean E
    Sampson,Rory Michael E
    Shi,Rachel E
    Tran,Anh-Tu Nguyen E

    Team F:
    Head,Benjamin Edward F
    Loyson,Nicole F
    Platt,Joshua David F
    Postolache,Vlad Andrei F
    Verschuur,Rebecca Anne F

    Team G:
    Lewis,Andrew Daniel G
    To,Samantha G

    Team H:
    Angelone,Daniel H
    Baragwanath,Rhiannon April H
    Jackson,Leigh Shannon H
    Paris,Jacob Emmanuel H
    Sterland,Dylan Leigh H

    Team J:
    Battye,Scott Robert J
    Biro,David J
    Brennan,Mick James J
    Le Roy,Mariah Nicole J
    Shea,Robert Paton J

    Team K:
    Daniel,Kimberley Grace K
    Dyball,Lisa Nicole K
    Quigley,Kalonica May K
    Rind,Sama Taj K
    Zuzek,Georgina Amy K

    Team L:
    Conte,Mark L
    Daly,Courtney Cassandra L
    Smith,Gregory Grant L
    Taylor,Benjamin Ryan L

    Team M:
    Cheung,Yi Kai M
    Le,Chuong Nguyen M
    Lim,Chong Hock Nicholas M
    Talbot,Trevor Thomas M
    Wong,Sie Han Lawrence M

    Team N:
    Bonanno,Carla Jesica N
    Ferro,Lauren Stacey N
    Kidney,Daniel Matthew N
    Toprak,Cagdas N

    Team O:
    D'Agostino,Timothy Evan Claus O
    Demetriou,Andrew James O
    Gray,Logan Francis O
    Truong,Thao Uyen O
    Walker,Geoffrey John O

    Team P:
    Davidson,Cherie Simone P
    Gatt,Damien Paul P
    Kirner,Ned Charles P
    McKinlay,Joanne Pranee P
    Wallace,Kieren David P
    Wang,Jin P



    I hope I was able to help by sorting this in a different order as requested.

    Cheers,
    Floyd

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  128. Pranee pointed me to an error, here is the correct version:


    Goh,Hee Young D
    Goodvach-Draffin,Ben D
    Mills,Daniel James D
    Sullivan,Fraser Daniel D
    Tran,Bao Di D

    Gregg,John Robert E
    Holtham,Jesse Dean E
    Sampson,Rory Michael E
    Shi,Rachel E
    Tran,Anh-Tu Nguyen E

    Head,Benjamin Edward F
    Loyson,Nicole F
    Platt,Joshua David F
    Postolache,Vlad Andrei F
    Verschuur,Rebecca Anne F

    Lewis,Andrew Daniel G
    To,Samantha G

    Angelone,Daniel H
    Baragwanath,Rhiannon April H
    Jackson,Leigh Shannon H
    Paris,Jacob Emmanuel H
    Sterland,Dylan Leigh H

    Battye,Scott Robert J
    Biro,David J
    Brennan,Mick James J
    Le Roy,Mariah Nicole J
    Shea,Robert Paton J

    Daniel,Kimberley Grace K
    Dyball,Lisa Nicole K
    Quigley,Kalonica May K
    Rind,Sama Taj K
    Zuzek,Georgina Amy K

    Conte,Mark L
    Daly,Courtney Cassandra L
    Smith,Gregory Grant L
    Taylor,Benjamin Ryan L

    Cheung,Yi Kai M
    Le,Chuong Nguyen M
    Lim,Chong Hock Nicholas M
    Talbot,Trevor Thomas M
    Wong,Sie Han Lawrence M

    Bonanno,Carla Jesica N
    Ferro,Lauren Stacey N
    Gatt,Damien Paul N
    Kidney,Daniel Matthew N
    Toprak,Cagdas N

    D'Agostino,Timothy Evan Claus O
    Demetriou,Andrew James O
    Gray,Logan Francis O
    Truong,Thao Uyen O
    Walker,Geoffrey John O

    Davidson,Cherie Simone P
    Kirner,Ned Charles P
    McKinlay,Joanne Pranee P
    Wallace,Kieren David P
    Wang,Jin P

    Bryson,Sophie Annalisa A
    Chung,Raphael Shang Yuen A
    Eccles,Thomas A
    Gan,Wei Cheng A
    Goschnick,Timothy Lee A
    Na,Victoria A

    Atta,Dominic David Brennan B
    Bailey,Amanda Joy B
    Giuliano,Adrienne B
    Iannello,Michele B
    Weatherburn,Rhys B

    None:
    Bilimoria,Adithya
    Jiang,Shi Hao Raphael
    Nguyen,Tamnhu Dao
    Richards,Robert Edward
    Robertson,Michael David
    Selemidis,George
    Tan,Wei Pin
    Tay,Pek Loke
    Tran,Christopher
    Zhang,Jia Jing

    ReplyDelete
  129. Hi Floyd,

    I just want to know Ho long for Project presentaion for each team5?

    Thanks

    Thao

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  130. Thao: 5 minutes, so practice timing!

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  131. Hi floyd, is a short movie of our physical game demo okay for the presentation as 5 mins is rather (nice &) short otherwise??? Cheers :)

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  132. Update to TEAM G
    -tag- G Team G Group G TeamG GroupG

    1. Andrew Lewis - S32381034
    2. Samantha To - S3197261
    3. Pek Loke Tay - S3214125

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