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Smart Clothing Gamification to promote Energy-related Behaviours among Adolescents

Deliverables

Dissemination Materials

This deliverable will include all materials made for disseminating the project at conferences, meetings, events, demo sessions, etc. These materials will be flyer, brochure, posters, roll-ups, etc.

SmartLife Website

Project website where all information related to the project dissemination and public deliverables will be published. SmartLife website will have an attractive design with a focus on what adolescents like to catch their attention.

Demo session Report I

This report will include a summary of the activities carried out during the first demo session and the conclusions obtained.

Reports Iterative prototyping

This report will contain the user feedback and recommendations based on early prototypes, needed for fine-tuning to better match user needs and preferences, and ensure the motivational appeal of the product among our target group.

Report on behavioural objectives and determinants of physical activity and sedentary behaviour among adolescents

This report will give an overview of behavioural objectives and of individual and environmental factors that need to be taken into account when aiming to change physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Moreover, attention will be given to how these may differ for at-risk groups. This part is also important to know which environmental and contextual factors influence behaviour, that we may wish to include as contextual information in the exergame.

Market Watch and Analysis

An analysis of market trends and current state of business ecosystem.

Detailed game design document

A gamee design document will outline gameplay scenarios and elements, graphic design elements and user interface design

SmartLife Technical Architecture

Report that will include the conceptual and non-technical specification of the platform.

Report Acceptability and feasibility test

This report contains the acceptability and feasibility of the first version of the developed product. It furthermore provides results on whether the in-game exercises yielded sufficient energy expenditure. These findings will provide an opportunity to the product developers to tweak the final product where needed.

Design recommendations from target users

This report will give an overview of the needs and preferences elicited from the target users in what they find important in an exergame linked to a smart textile, with specific attention to the needs of adolescents in lower socio-economic status families and adolescent girls.

SmartLife Technical Requirements

A complete analysis of the system and functional requirements for the platform. This report will also include a schema of the data sources that will be collected.

Offline data analytics methods

Deployment of a set of components capable to extract relevant patterns out of the individual collected data.

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Publications

Mobile Exergaming in Adolescents’ Everyday Life—Contextual Design of Where, When, with Whom, and How: The SmartLife Case

Author(s): Ayla Schwarz, Ann DeSmet, Greet Cardon, Sebastien Chastin, Ruben Costa, António Grilo, Josue Ferri, Jorge Domenech, Jeroen Stragier
Published in: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Issue 15/5, 2018, Page(s) 835, ISSN 1660-4601
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph15050835

SmartLife smart clothing gamification to promote energy-related behaviours among adolescents

Author(s): Ruben Costa, Pedro Oliveira, Antonio Grilo, Ayla Schwarz, Greet Cardon, Ann DeSmet, Josue Ferri, Jorge Domenech, Andrew Pomazanskyi
Published in: 2017 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC), 2017, Page(s) 1489-1495
DOI: 10.1109/ice.2017.8280058

SmartLife – Exergames and Smart Textiles to Promote Energy-Related Behaviours Among Adolescents

Author(s): Jorge Doménech, Josué Ferri, Ruben Costa, Pedro Oliveira, Antonio Grilo, Greet Cardon, Ann DeSmet, Ayla Schwarz, Jeroen Stragier, Andrew Pomazanskyi, Jevgenijs Danilins
Published in: Serious Games - 4th Joint International Conference, JCSG 2018, Darmstadt, Germany, November 7-8, 2018, Proceedings, Issue 11243, 2018, Page(s) 288-293
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-02762-9_31