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Alex Shaw
Alex Shaw
School of Computer Science, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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Development and evaluation of an exercycle game using immersive technologies
LA Shaw, BC Wünsche, C Lutteroth, S Marks, J Buckley, P Corballis
Australian Computer Society, Inc.(ACS), 2015
562015
Challenges in virtual reality exergame design
LA Shaw, BC Wünsche, C Lutteroth, S Marks, R Callies
Australian Computer Society, Inc.(ACS), 2015
432015
Competition and cooperation with virtual players in an exergame
LA Shaw, J Buckley, PM Corballis, C Lutteroth, BC Wünsche
PeerJ Computer Science 2, e92, 2016
332016
Design of a virtual trainer for exergaming
LA Shaw, R Tourrel, BC Wunsche, C Lutteroth, S Marks, J Buckley
Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference, 1-9, 2016
252016
CodeRunnerGL-An interactive web-based tool for computer graphics teaching and assessment
BC Wünsche, E Huang, L Shaw, T Suselo, KC Leung, D Dimalen, ...
2019 International Conference on Electronics, Information, and Communication …, 2019
172019
Automatic assessment of OpenGL computer graphics assignments
BC Wünsche, Z Chen, L Shaw, T Suselo, KC Leung, D Dimalen, W Mark, ...
Proceedings of the 23rd annual ACM conference on innovation and technology …, 2018
162018
Evaluating sensory feedback for immersion in exergames
LA Shaw, BC Wuensche, C Lutteroth, J Buckley, P Corballis
Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference, 1-6, 2017
152017
Hiit with hits: Using music and gameplay to induce hiit in exergames
A Keesing, M Ooi, O Wu, X Ye, L Shaw, BC Wünsche
Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference, 1-10, 2019
142019
HIIT the road: Using virtual spectator feedback in HIIT-based exergaming
JC Haller, YH Jang, J Haller, L Shaw, BC Wünsche
Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference, 1-9, 2019
132019
Balancing different fitness levels in competitive exergames based on heart rate and performance
AT Bayrak, R Kumar, J Tan, DV AhMu, J Hohepa, LA Shaw, C Lutteroth, ...
Proceedings of the 29th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction …, 2017
132017
Tour de Tune--Auditory-game-motor synchronisation in Exergames
J Finlayson, J Peterson, J Free, M Lo, L Shaw, C Lutteroth, BC Wünsche
27th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence, ICAT …, 2017
62017
piARno-an augmented reality piano tutor
L Rigby, BC Wünsche, A Shaw
32nd Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 481-491, 2020
32020
HIITCopter: Analysis of the Suitability of VR Exergaming for High-Intensity Interval Training
H She, J Young, O Wittenberg, P Poole, A Mercer, A Shaw, BC Wünsche
32nd Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 293-302, 2020
22020
Rift Racers-Effect of Balancing and Competition on Exertion, Enjoyment, and Motivation in an Immersive Exergame
BC Wünsche, M Abernethy, S Hyniewska, Z Luo, RP Pawar, S Cao, ...
2021 36th International Conference on Image and Vision Computing New Zealand …, 2021
12021
Tour de Tune 2-Auditory-Game-Motor Synchronisation with Music Tempo in an Immersive Virtual Reality Exergame
B Yin, S Bailey, E Hu, M Jayarekera, A Shaw, BC Wünsche
2021 Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference, 1-10, 2021
12021
Exploring the Possibility of Virtual Reality Exergaming as a Cognitive Screening System
A Shaw, J Buckley, P Corballis, C Lutteroth, B Wuensche
Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2020
12020
Enjoyment, Immersion, and Attentional Focus in a Virtual Reality Exergame with Differing Visual Environments.
M Abernathy, LA Shaw, C Lutteroth, J Buckley, PM Corballis, ...
ICAT-EGVE, 117-124, 2017
12017
Reconstruction or Retrieval? Investigating Neural 3D Reconstruction
B Gowda, BC Wünsche, A Shaw
2021 36th International Conference on Image and Vision Computing New Zealand …, 2021
2021
Development of a Virtual Reality Exergaming Platform
L Shaw
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2019
2019
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