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Quotable #9 Physics

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Researching Games Barcamp – Archive Online

It was a very interesting weekend in which German game researchers and designers presented their research (or whatever they deemed interesting) to one another. Now you too can join by diving into the online archive. I especially enjoyed ‘Gamify Culture’ … Continue reading

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VR and games as therapeutic tools

Before the break of summer I attended “Virtual reality and serious gaming for the prevention and treatment of psychological and behavioral disorders” of the EMGO+ E-HealthExcellence network at the VU University. Some of the first clinical trials being run with VR/AR and … Continue reading

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Drive animation: What motivates us

Animation made to part of a Dan Pink lecture on what motivates us. Disscussing the usefulness of extrinsic motivaters (money) and the clash with intrinsic motivation (autonomy, mastery, purpose).

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Ludic city 2: Grounding game-play in the public environment

Ludic city 2: Grounding game-play in the public environment 08/05/2013 18:00 – 20:30 IES, Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussel A lecture on how game-play can be meaningfully embedded in public spaces Please find the slides for my presentation Breaking the magic … Continue reading

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VU mini-symposium Measuring Causal Relations

There were several speakers that all had new and elegant solutions to the problem of trying to establish causality in their field. The one that most appealed to me was the story of professor Olivers. Possibly because as a Cognitive … Continue reading

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