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Title: Desarrollo de una aplicación móvil para el estudio de patrones musicales en la guitarra
Author: Banet Masa, Alberto
Director: Dominkovics Coll, Pau
Tutor: Garrigues Olivella, Carles  
Keywords: video games
mobile devices
education
Issue Date: 5-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Current project is a mobile app for helping guitar students during their musical learning process, exploring the programming environment that Apple offers for the development of video games on mobile devices. Is a proposal for a gamified teaching that takes advantage as consequence of the current boom of both mobile technology and videogames development environments that allow converting the mobile device into a very advanced teaching tool. Through an agile methodology, the app is developed that allows to the user to study musical patterns as well as create and share their own patterns with other users. The final tests with users indicate a knowledge acquisition occurs, which means we are on the right way, although this app is only just a starting point that points an address where there is still too much to be done. Regarding Apple development environment for videogames 2D, in spite of being so interesting, we think that it is still far from the power and facility of use of multiplatform tools for the development of videogames. With less effort the same result can be done with the advantage of getting a multiplatform product. As well occurs with the backend and the Apple Gaming platform: still so basics and we can find better solutions and higher evolved.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/96187
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