Winthrop University students and staff jumped into motion-based video gaming to get a better understanding of the physical activity benefits of the technology.
Physical education student Troy Brace and Winthrop faculty member Seth Jenny led the examination of how motion-based video games such as the Xbox Kinect and the Nintendo Wii are being used in physical education.
Participants worked with multiple motion-based gaming systems.
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