Trias , Widha Andari (2014) RELASI DESAIN RHYTHM GAME ‘MAIMAI’ DENGAN KOORDINASI VISUAL MOTORIK. Createvitas: Jurnal Ilmiah Desain Komunikasi Visual, 3 (1). 203 p.-210 p.. ISSN 9-772301-480003

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    Today, game has become the part of human’s need. Some games are created to stimulate the human brain. Games can also provide an enjoyment that make someone become addicted and forgeting the real world. However, game addiction also have negative effects such as health problems and lack of socialization. In July 2011, a new rhythm game genre games has been released by SEGA. Rhythm Game Maimai is a new form of rhythm game which consists of a touch screen that has eight buttons around the screen. During play, the player's ear captures sound and sends a message to the side of the brain. Simultaneously, the player captures information in visual form through the eye to the back of the brain. The second information is then processed and issued in the form of a motion of the hand. Visual motor coordination speed player can be seen from the percentage of achievement which appeared at the end of perminan. When the hand moves around the screen, the whole body will automatically join the move.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
    Divisions: UPN Jatim Journal > Createvitas :Jurnal Ilmiah Desain Komunikasi Visual
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    Date Deposited: 13 Jul 2016 13:49
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