Thursday, March 24, 2011

Positive Gaming sponsors TEN at AAHPERD 2011

iDANCE and TEN in San Diego!
Positive Gaming is the sponsor with TEN T-Shirts as the Official uniform of the Exergame Workshop: Oceans of Opportunities 4 Better Health, spearheaded by SUNY Cortland.
This experiential multidisciplinary workshop will focus on how exergames (video games that require physical exertion to play) can be used as a means to accumulate more physical activity in today’s sedentary society. Our panel will lead live demonstrations and competitions on the use and benefits of exergames in schools, fitness clubs, and at home. Don’t miss your chance to meet the leaders in exergaming from education, health care, advocacy, fitness, research, manufacturing, and marketing.

The sessions will include presenters from many different aspects of the exergaming world, with support from SUNY Cortland students running demonstrations on stations such as iDANCE2, Gamercize, XaviX and Exergame Station.
The event will take place on Tuesday 29th March from 8:00AM in San Diego and has a Facebook group where you can ask the experts, pick up information and follow the sessions if you cannot attend in person.

Huge thanks to Positive Gaming for the sponsorship of the TEN uniforms with their showcase product iDANCE2, which will be in the forefront of the workshop. Thanks also to Jill from for helping TEN out with the production of the Tees at seriously short notice!

110 Exergame Workshop: Oceans of Opportunities Active Games 4 Better Health

110 Exergame Workshop: Oceans of Opportunities Active Games 4 Better Health
Tuesday, March 29, 2011: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Hilton Bayfront: Sapphire Ballroom CDGH
AAPAR/Council for Lifelong Recreational Sports
Jack Murphy, SUNY Cortland, Rocky Point, NY; Patrick Wingler, SUNY Cortland, Cortland, NY; and John Modina, SUNY Cortland, Massapequa, NY
Stephen P. Yang1; Richard Coshott2; John T. Foley1; Lisa Hansen3; Helena Baert4; Andrea Oh5; Yoonsin Oh6; Daniel B. Bornstein7; Dwayne P. Sheehan8; Aaron T. Hart9; Michael J. Pelletter10; Dan Lawler11; Tommy Seilheimer12; Ed Kassanders12; Parker Johnson12; Alasdair Thin13; Emily Rosenberry14; and Basilius van Houte14, (1)State University of New York–Cortland, Cortland, NY, (2)Gamercize, UK, Cortland, NY, (3)University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, (4)University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, (5)ITECH Fitness, Denver, CO, (6)University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, (7)University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, (8)Mount Royal University, Calgary, AB, Canada, (9)The SPARK Programs, Cortland, NY, (10)Physical Education Lab Technology, Cheektowaga, NY, (11)Lawler & Reed Education Consulting Group, LLC, Ft. Collins, CO, (12)Motion Fitness, Palatine, IL, (13)Heriot Watt, Edinburgh, Scotland, (14)Positive Gaming, Eslov, Sweden

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