Serious games are games with certain functions, such as inducing sleep or preventing sleepiness. To prove the effectiveness of these serious games, the experiment was conducted by combining several pieces of music that help improve concentration in the game while playing simple computer games. Through the player's brainwave analysis, we studied the effects of serious games on human brain waves. In this paper, it was confirmed that the existing concentration effect can be obtained through the development of functional contents that combine music with game contents to improve concentration through games, and the technology to control human brain waves is considered worthy of continuous study.
The history of trying to interact between the speaker and the listener in performing arts began from B.C. Through simple questions and answers, it induced viewers to participate, caused them to focus on the story, and induced a natural flow of conversation. But with the development of film invention and video technology, the interaction between producers and viewers has become less active, less passive or less interactive. If games and movies are combined with many elements of interaction, it can be a new attempt, and there is a high possibility that this interest and exposure will soon be linked to the formation of a new game genre. It can also increase the user's immersion and generate interest to meet their commitment to re-watch. To this end, this study explores ways to solve and improve the problems of existing interactive movies through case studies and effectiveness analysis of attempts to fuse games and movies, including existing interactive movies.