16. Game-Based Learning

coauthor: Julie Kumar, Brown University
coauthor: Michael Lapping-Carr, Brown University
author: Daniel Byers, Department of Computer Science, Brown University
coauthor: Thea Hinkle, Brown University
coauthor: Dan Grollman, Brown University
coauthor: Chad Jenkins, Brown University
published: June 2, 2008,   recorded: June 2008,   views: 7071

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On a mission to teach their Aibo robo-dogs to play soccer, the Brown Robotics Group is designing an online video game experience where users can remotely control the dogs in real soccer matches. The data logged from the games will be used to teach these old dogs some brand new tricks!

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Comment1 Millie Hinkle, February 15, 2010 at 7:16 p.m.:

I have heard about this project, but to see it is amazing. Great explanation and amazing feats.

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