Games For Change Festival 2013
Did we have a good time? Take a look at this and tell me what YOU think:
Miss T and I spent two days in NYC hobnobbing with folks who live at the intersection of games and learning… we had a GREAT time.
Here’s Miss T playing the extremely creepy Nevermind, which includes a biofeedback element as well as a faceless cat… she had to step away!
Day Two found Miss T checking out the amazing Blindside, a game which depends entirely on audio cues and motion-sensors for its game play. (Thus her closed eyes.) Later in the festival, Miss T had a lovely conversation with the co-creators of the game.
a Dorothy Parker quote, was entitled
“Sheep, Goats, and the Future of Learning” (link is to his slidedeck);
it was one of my favorites.