Ubisoft’s Just Dance 3 Best Exergame of 2011

Just Dance 3 Wins Top International Industry Award Just Dance 3 by Ubisoft has been awarded the top accolade by public vote in The Exergame Network Awards 2011. Active video games nominated by industry experts were put to the public for the ultimate exergaming releases of 2011, attracting voting from around the world. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 5, 2012 – In the category for Best Home Exergame of 2011, Ubisoft’s Just Dance 3 has taken the honours with the majority of the public vote. The most popular exergames are dance variations, taking three of the top four places in the voting....

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Kinect Wins Top International Exergaming Award

Microsoft Kinect has been awarded the top accolade by public vote in The Exergame Network Awards 2010. Fifteen categories covered the new generation of Active Video Games with nominations from industry experts and public votes from around the world. In the category for Best Home Exergame of 2010, Microsoft’s Kinect Sports has taken the honours with the majority of the public vote. Nintendo Wii Fit and Sports achieved significant victories in awards for older exergamers and rehabilitation. ”The inaugural TEN Awards is a significant initiative to raise public awareness of the...

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Experts Rate “Exergames” for Consumers

Exergaming (Active Gaming) combines video games and exercise to provide a physically challenging but enjoyable experience. Traditionally, laboratory tests have been used to determine exertion levels and mainstream journalists review and rate a game’s game-play. The Exergame Network (TEN) has created a next generation rating system which is ready for world wide release. TEN’s ratings system evaluates the holistic experience of an exergame in it’s Exergaming Experience Rating System (EERS) TEN is a non-affliated, non-profit Games for Health exergaming advocacy. Its website portal...

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Games for Health Conference Boston 2010

Original post by gamercize  on 25 May TEN website In Boston this week, the annual Games for Health conference takes place. This is perhaps the premiere event fortheGames4Health fraternity and a time to highlight the solutions offered by Exergaming in the health, fitness, educationand rehabilitation sectors. If you are a member of The Exergame Network’s (TEN) Website, Skype calls, Wiki, LinkedIn or Facebook collaboration groups then here’s a chance to meet outside the virtual world! Talking of Virtual Worlds, the 25th (traditionally known as   pre-conference day) has both...

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Happy Birthday to Exergaming

Welcome to the one year anniversary and/or birthday of the Interactive Fitness and Exergame Network (IFEN) incorporating The Exergame Network (TEN), the most pro-active Exergaming Advocacy on the planet and a tremendous group of forward thinkers and positive do-gooders. Yes, the FREE and non-aligned network has been growing for a year today! Check out the wiki: http://exergaming.pbwiki.com and join us on Facebook or LinkedIn. On the call we have the bubbling issues of creating a focus group for the Exergaming Experience Rating System (EERS), a round-up of conferences past and future and ...

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