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RMIT Student Research Showcase Webinar: Games Design

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RMIT invites you to a Student Research Showcase Webinar on the topic of virtual reality and games design.

Life Tree: Understanding the Design of Breathing Exercise Games

You will be able to hear from Rakesh Patibanda, a Masters by Research student at RMIT, who will present on his research into using virtual reality for meditation and breathing exercises. He will talk about:

  • Life Tree, the game he was able to develop through his program
  • the application of Life Tree in health
  • how he planned and conducted his research
  • his findings and evaluation

Register now for this special showcase. Registrations close at 8am (AEST), 23 August 2017.

Please note: places for the live lecture is limited. If you miss out, we will send you a videorecording.

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"I’m Rakesh and I’m a designer who has worked in diverse fields. I love creating great experiences for players while designing a sustainable economic model for businesses. I can help define the problem, research to find ideas that solve that problem, create and test solutions from those ideas, and then present those solutions.

"I’m currently doing my research in the field of empathetic design at RMIT's School of Media & Communication. I am passionate about games, technology and cooking."

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