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Jeli is a wearable pet with personality. Just pin him to your shirt or jacket and take him along wherever you go! Jeli is the perfect traveling buddy for those who want a little company during their busy day. Pet Jeli on the head, squeeze his head or scare him with a loud noise to make him come to life. Jeli served as an exploration in soft circuit design. The product is controlled by a Flora microcontroller, as it is well-suited to sewn circuitry and wearable products. Our system also incorporates homemade sensors, such as a potentiometer and a force sensor.
The purpose of this study is to investigate how cultural background influences Western and Eastern MMOG players in the case of WOW. This thesis explores the influence of culture on MMOG players in three different cultural contexts: United States (US) servers, Chinese (CN) servers, and Taiwanese (TW) servers. This comparison will allow a comparison of Western vs. Eastern players as well as two similar Eastern cultures that play slightly different versions of the game.
Digital Learning game for k-12 focused on STEM learning, disease and health literacy

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