Serious Games to Digital Interactive Television. Literature Review and Definitions

Iván Abadía Quintero

Abstract


This paper focuses on a review of basic concepts related to serious games to interactive digital television. It makes a definition of concepts related to visual and technical aspects that limit the construction of digital television applications, especially a collection of interactive aspects that may affect directly the process of transferring information with a device of this nature. It also focuses on the relationship of serious games for television and made ​​a conceptualization of aspects of playability and interaction parameters in serious games.


Keywords


Interactive digital television; serious games; interaction design.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/syt.v10i22.1270

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