Michael Lankes


teaches and researches at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria in the fields of media technology and design as well as digital art. His research interests are the (visual) design of computer games as well as using games for persuasive purposes. Based on human-computer interaction approaches he focuses on advanced input and output modalities for games. Before his affiliation at the University of Applied Sciences in Upper Austria, Michael was at the University of Salzburg, the Ars Electronica Futurelab and Sony DVDCE.


Last update: September 2016


Articles published on IXD&A:

Using Player Type Models for Personalized Game Design – An Empirical Investigation, N.28, pp. 145 - 163, abstractdownload