Home Game

Home Game is an interactive educational game, supporting touch and card-based interaction, that aims to familiarize children with household objects, as well as the overall home environment daily activities.

Home Game is an educational game that aims to familiarize preschoolers and/or cognitive impaired children with household objects, the overall home environment and the daily activities that take place in it. In addition to touch based interaction, the game supports physical interaction through printed cards on a tabletop setup by detecting and tracking the cards placed on the game board.

The Home Game features six types of mini-games and an extensive analytics framework that allows the trainers to monitor (even in real-time) the progress of their students.

The system comprises a touch screen, a computer, and a high resolution camera overlooking the area in front of the screen. A custom casing has been designed especially for this game to hide the technology from plain sight.


Long Term Installations


A. Rigaki, M. Korozi, A. Leonidis, C. Stephanidis (2019). Learning analytics for ambient educational games targeting children with cognitive disabilities. he 13th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference, INTED2019, will be held in Valencia (Spain) on the 11th, 12th and 13th of March, 2019.

Leonidis A., Arampatzis D., Korozi M., Adami I., Ntoa S., Stephanidis C. (2017). Home Game: an Educational Game for Children with Cognitive Impairments. In the Proceeding of the 2017 conference on interaction design and children, June 27-30, 2017, Stanford, CA, USA. ACM

Ntoa, S., Leonidis, A., Korozi, M., Papadaki, E., Margetis, G., Antona, M., & Stephanidis, C. (2015). Analysis and Design of Three Multimodal Interactive Systems to Support the Everyday Needs of Children with Cognitive Impairments. In M. Antona & C. Stephanidis (Eds.), Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Access to Learning, Health and Well-Being – Volume 9 of the combined Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2015), Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2-7 August, pp. 637-648. Berlin Heidelberg: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series of Springer