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The Kukui Cup: Lights Off. Game On. Philip Johnson Information and Computer Sciences University of Hawaii [email protected] The original energy user interface. Not good enough to support behavioral change. Is this enough?. How about this?. The Kukui Cup approach. Fundamental Goals.

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The kukui cup lights off game on

The KukuiCup:Lights Off. Game On.

Philip Johnson

Information and Computer Sciences

University of Hawaii

[email protected]


The original energy user interface

The original energy user interface

Not good enough to support behavioral change


Is this enough

Is this enough?


How about this

How about this?


The kukui cup approach

The Kukui Cup approach


Fundamental goals

Fundamental Goals

  • Raise student awareness about Hawaii's energy challenges and opportunities.

  • Help them discover ways to reduce their energy consumption.

  • See if these reductions persist even after the Kukui Cup is over.

  • Learn how to do it better next year.


Kukui cup blends irl online

Kukui Cup blends IRL & Online

  • "Real world"

    • 10pm workshops

      • Low energy eating

      • Low energy chillaxing

      • Recycled fashion

      • Energy scavenger hunt

      • Flashmob

      • High Energy Arts/Music

      • Movie night

      • Env. Org. Speed Dating

    • Daytime/wknd events

      • Sustainable farming

      • Kahuku wind farm

      • Waihole "off the grid"

      • Haleiwa beach cleanup

      • Pedalpalooza

      • Award parties

  • "Virtual world"

    • Live energy monitoring

    • Youtube videos

    • Commitments

    • Badges

    • Points

    • Scoreboards

    • Raffle Game

    • Daily Energy Goal game

    • Wall postings

    • Facebook

    • Twitter

    • Flickr


Rewards for participation

Rewards for participation

  • First place awards:

    • iPad

      • Individual with most points

    • "High End" Pizza party

      • Lounge that conserves most energy.

    • "High End" Ice cream party

      • Lounge with most points

  • Raffle Prizes:

    • Gift certificates to Bubbies, Bookstore, etc.

    • iPad, Ukulele, Surfboard, Skateboard, etc.

  • Swag items:

    • t-shirts, buttons, lanyards, water bottles


Schedule of events

Schedule of Events


Home page

Home Page


Get nutz

Get Nutz


Go low

Go Low


Prizes

Prizes


Activity literacy video

Activity: Literacy Video


Activity commitment

Activity: Commitment


Activity excursion

Activity: Excursion


Do you want to get involved

Do you want to get involved?

  • Things you can do before October 17:

    • Help plan workshops:

      • Recycled fashion design w/Andy South

      • Energy efficient eating cookbook

      • Energy efficient chillaxing

    • Join the video documentary team

      • Film some "before" interviews

    • Help plan parties

      • Kickoff Party, Round 1 party

      • Round 2 Party (co-hosted by AMP)


Do you want to get involved1

Do you want to get involved?

  • Things to do between Oct 26 – Nov 6:

    • Help staff the 23 events, excursions, and parties

    • Staff the Kukui Cup courtyard table

    • Take more video


Do you want to get involved2

Do you want to get involved?

  • Things to do between Nov 6 – Dec 6:

    • Edit film

    • Analyze what worked and what didn't

    • Start planning the 2012 event

  • If you're interested, please sign the sheet.


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