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Serious Games Engineering

Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marc Herrlich
Photo: T. Koziel

Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marc Herrlich
(Assistant Professor)

Building 11/572
Paul-Ehrlich-Str.
67663 Kaiserslautern

Telephone: +49 631 / 205 - 2580
Telefax: +49 631 / 205 - 2612

E-mail: herrlich[at]eit.uni-kl.de


Welcome to the website of the research group Serious Games Engineering (SGE).

The research group Serious Games Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern is managed by Assistant Professor Dr.-Ing. Marc Herrlich.

The term Serious Games means using computer and video games and related enabling technologies, e.g., game engines, for other purposes than pure entertainment. Application areas are manifold. For instance, motion-based games for health and specifically for physiotherapy are one focus area of the group’s research.

Besides motion-based games, the group’s activities in research and teaching comprise various additional application areas of Serious Games as well as fundamental questions from the field of human-computer interaction (HCI). You will also find an overview of recent work on our publication page.

News

How can the user interfaces for future agricultural machines look like? How can game engines (like Unity) be used to develop and implement such... [more]
Together with the Scientific Visualization Lab we offer a project with the topic “Game Development and Virtual Reality” within the program “TUK Zero”... [more]
The accompanying exercise to the lecture “Welcome to the Real World: Natural User Interfaces and Virtual Reality for Computer Games” has been awarded... [more]