ALLS groups participate in the 13th Philippine Computing Society Congress

On March 7 and 8, the Philippine Computing Society held the 13th Philippine Computing Society Congress at the Ateneo de Manila University.  Six groups from the Ateneo Laboratory for the Learning Sciences participated in the event: Two groups presented full papers, while the other four presented posters and demonstrations.


An Intelligent Tutoring System for Japanese Language Particles with User Assessment and Feedback
Zachary T. Chung, Hiroko Nagai and Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo

Developing an Android-Based Game Tool with Monitoring Support to Track Stroke Patient Progress During Rehabilitation
Christle Grace Carabeo, Charisse May Dalida and Erica Marla Padilla


Designing an Alternate Reality Game Within the Ateneo Community as Medium for Tangential Learning
Richmond Chiu and Wihl Micoh Lin

Developing a Real-Time Tactics Game Using an Optimized Cost-effective Eye-tracking Device
Nicko Caluya and Carlos Mapua

Developing a Kinect-Enabled Rail Shooter Game
Stephanie Go, Marlou Ramas and Daryl Saavedra

Controlling a Robotic Hand Using a Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface
Antonio Rafael Umali, Jian Paolo Ablir and Miguel Luis Sanchez

Zachary Chung

Charisse Dalida

Antonio Rafael Umali

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