【COVER IMG】SMU Mind the Drone

INFORMATION

Updated:
Version:
0.2.5
Size:
174.0 MB
Category:
Education
Required:
iOS
Rating:
1
Publish:
2018-07-30
Price:
Free
Developer:

WHAT'S NEW

This app has been updated by Apple to display the AppleWatch app icon. • Added radial indicator to indicate items not yet interacted with when time is running out • Added captioned speech above each actors' heads synced with voice-over timing • All actor speech and animation now cuts off upon time up • Increased collider sizes of most interactables • Replaced Marina boombox track with more appropriate track • Fixed a potential crash that would occur when returning to intro scene • Fixed occasional bug where tutorial is unable to start after leaving intro scene • Changed all button hover color to dark gray to distinguish it from the whiteness of gaze click timer • Fixed UI SFX cutting off main audio when triggered too quickly • Increased panel distances from user for increased reading comfort • Text content now has a variable size to allow for better legibility based on text length • Fixed timed gaze not working after returning to intro • Removed panel transparency due to perceived depth issues • Fixed summary footer being cut off by button group

SCREENSHOT

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DESCRIPTION

Take charge of your case as you step into the shoes of a plaintiff in an incident! “Mind the Drone” is a Virtual Reality Experience developed for the School of Law in Singapore Management University. The app aims to provide immersive virtual learning environment for students to better appreciate the application of tort legal principles to real-life situations and circumstances. Students interact with the items and people in the case to select and curate relevant evidence in order to make an informed determination on whether tortious liability has been made out, and to what extent.

For the benefit of educators, the accompanying case notes provide guidance on how to scaffold discussions and interactions with students to meaningfully explore arguments around the following issues:
(i) the duty of care that may be owed to the plaintiff in the given factual matrix
(ii) the standard of care that the tortfeasor should arguably be held to
(iii) whether sufficient causal connection can be made out
(iv) the extent of damages claimable
(v) the legal defences that the tortfeasor might avail himself to

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