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Title: Where is a line between work and play?
Authors: Iida, Hiroyuki
Keywords: Work and play
Gamified experience
Force-in-mind
Flow theory
Game refinement theory
Issue Date: 2018-02-23
Publisher: 情報処理学会
Magazine name: IPSJ SIG Technical Report
Volume: 2018-GI-39
Number: 13
Start page: 1
End page: 6
Abstract: This paper proposes a notion of force-in-mind by which the boarder between non-game activities such as ‘work’ and gamified events such as ‘play’ is identified. It enables us to transform a non-game activity into a gamified one. Force-in-mind is defined as a product of mass-in-mind and acceleration-in-mind like Newton's second law of motion. We conjecture that one would feel gamified experience with a certain degree of emotional impact when force-in-mind becomes equals to or larger than a threshold which is estimated in this study. Moreover, it is likely that a promising link between flow theory and force-in-mind can be found.
Rights: 社団法人 情報処理学会, Hiroyuki Iida, IPSJ SIG Technical Report, 2018-GI-39(13), 2018, 1-6. ここに掲載した著作物の利用に関する注意: 本著作物の著作権は(社)情報処理学会に帰属します。本著作物は著作権者である情報処理学会の許可のもとに掲載するものです。ご利用に当たっては「著作権法」ならびに「情報処理学会倫理綱領」に従うことをお願いいたします。 Notice for the use of this material: The copyright of this material is retained by the Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ). This material is published on this web site with the agreement of the author (s) and the IPSJ. Please be complied with Copyright Law of Japan and the Code of Ethics of the IPSJ if any users wish to reproduce, make derivative work, distribute or make available to the public any part or whole thereof. All Rights Reserved, Copyright (C) Information Processing Society of Japan.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/15366
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