- Published online February 22, 2017.
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- Cristina Manrique-Juan,
- Zaira V. E. Grostieta-Dominguez,
- Ricardo Rojas-Ruiz,
- Moises Alencastre-Miranda,
- Lourdes Muñoz-Gómez and
- Cecilia Silva-Muñoz
- CRISTINA MANRIQUE-JUAN (() is at the Center for Research and Development of Virtual Reality, Robotics and Videogames (CEREVROVI), Mexico City, working in research and video game programming, and has collaborated in multiple research projects with the support of the University Tecnológico de Monterrey and the Mexican National Board of Science and Technology (CONACYT). )
- ZAIRA V.E. GROSTIETA-DOMINGUEZ (() is at CEREVROVI. She is also at the University Tecnológico de Monterrey, contributing to the creation of interactive techniques that can be used for pedagogical purposes. )
- RICARDO ROJAS-RUIZ (() is a consultant for Barlovento Consultores and collaborates with the University Tecnológico de Monterrey in the development of educational software. )
- MOISES ALENCASTRE-MIRANDA (() is an associate professor at the University Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Santa Fe. He is the leader of the research group at Computer Graphics and Robotics. Moises won the Google Faculty Research Award in 2015. )
- LOURDES MUÑOZ-GÓMEZ (() is an associate professor in the Electronics and Information Technologies Deparent at the University Tecnológico de Monterrey campus in Santa Fe, Mexico. )
- CECILIA SILVA-MUÑOZ (() is at CEREVROVI. She is also at the University Tecnológico de Monterrey, developing software for educational purposes. )