Sandra Câmara Olim
Sandra Câmara Olim holds a BA in Design and MA in Education from the University of Madeira. She also holds an MA in Entertainment Technology from Carnegie Mellon University. After working as an art and computer science teacher for several years, she channeled her experience in Art and Media to develop educational games for kindergarten students at the Regional Secretariat of Education.
Her current research addresses the use of cross-reality (AR/VR/MR) technology, and game design elements towards developing serious games for children.
eGames Lab aims to build capacity for retaining in the country a young, well-trained generation of different backgrounds: design, storytelling, engine...
Tools to analyse trends in tourism and marketingcomplemented with transmedia experience
The Beanstalk project team was formed at the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute in collaboration with the Associação de Promoção da Madeir...
"Periodic Fable Discovery" Using Tangible Interactions and Augmented Reality to Promote STEM Subjects Inproceedings
In: TEI, pp. 33:1–33:15, ACM, 2023.
In: Interaction Design and Children, ACM, 2022.
Enhancing Children Spatial Skills with Augmented Reality Serious Games Inproceedings
In: CHI PLAY, pp. 94–100, ACM, 2021.
Towards Identifying Augmented Reality Unique Attributes to Facilitate Chemistry Learning Inproceedings
In: INTERACT (5), pp. 513–516, Springer, 2021.
Springer, Cham, vol. 12497, 2020, ISBN: 978-3-030-62515-3.
In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 188–204, Springer International Publishing, 2020.
Let's Learn Biodiversity with a Virtual "Robot"? Inproceedings
In: ICSR, pp. 194–206, Springer, 2020.
Springer, Cham, vol. 11749, 2019, ISBN: 978-3-030-29389-5.
Evaluating the influence of location and medium applied to mobile VR storytelling Journal Article
In: Proceeding of the 16th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia, 2017.
Evaluating the influence of location and medium applied to mobile VR storytelling Inproceedings
In: MUM, pp. 371–378, ACM, 2017.