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Development of Educational Karate Games with the Help of Scenes and Characters from the Popular Cartoon Series

  • Jasna HamzabegovićEmail author
  • Mirza Koljić
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 59)

Abstract

For today’s younger populations, computer games are an integral part of life, and the virtual world of their heroes is a natural environment. The use of a video game for educational purposes provides interesting ways of presenting facts, acquiring knowledge and the ability to apply knowledge in the virtual world, improving the process of learning itself and bringing students closer to learning goals. In addition to computer games, popular cartoons such as: Sponge Bob, Pokemon, Dragon Ball and others, have a significant impact in the process of growing up of young people.

Karate as a sport is increasingly popular in the world and the interest in this martial art is very high. The popular animated series that children and teenagers are watching are certainly contributing to this. One of them is Dragon Ball Z, which some people judge, but others point to its positive effects.

One such positive effect is shown in this paper. It is shown how characters and scenes from the animated series can be used in the development of educational computer games to learn very complex names of body parts, poses and actions of karate. The prototype of this educational computer game was developed in the popular programming technology Windows Presentation Foundation. This paper presents how the characters and scenes from the animated series are used in the WPF animation system.

Keywords

Video games Animated series Dragon ball Z Karate Programming technology windows presentation foundation Prototype of educational computer game for karate 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Technical EngineeringUniversity of BihacBihacBosnia and Herzegovina
  2. 2.Pedagogical FacultyUniversity of BihacBihacBosnia and Herzegovina

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