On December 3, 2012 a team of NIU students presented the Literacy in Motion, Bunnies in Space video game that they developed for their client. In the spring and fall semesters of 2012 two student teams designed and developed an interactive video game experience that helps kids learn to read and spell while staying physically active and engaged. This body motion game, developed with the Microsoft Kinect camera provides a new and engaging way for kids to learn while staying active.
Student team members typically consist of upper class and graduate students from diverse disciplines, such as Computer Science, Graphic Design, Illustration, Time Arts, Communications, Educational Technology, and Literacy Education, Science, Engineering, etc.
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