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The gloSkirt is a wearable technology garment design for Mary Jane Pennington of dance troupe gloATL. The team wanted to give her an experimental tool to challenger her own movement style and better engage audiences new to dance. A base layer of LEDs responds to resistive sensors embedded within layer of the skirt, causing the garment to "pulse" and "breathe" as the dancer crushes and separates with her movements.
OrderUp! takes health-related gaming in a new direction and seeks to educate players about how to make healthy eating choices in situations nearly everyone encounters regularly in their lives. By casting players as virtual restaurant servers, OrderUp! forces players to make healthy and fast menu decisions for a group of demanding, impatient customers. OrderUp! was originally developed as a simple, casual game on Nokia N95 mobile phones.
The Church of Play (CoP) is globally operating secret society that worships play. In this reality game players have the possibility to develop, play and communicate their own rituals and spiritual ideology. During Demo Day we will invite visitors to try out our games and to get in touch with the organization.

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