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dateMore Than a Year Ago
subjectEntertainment
authorJudy Robertson

Quantum Gaming
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Quantum Gaming

Scientific discovery games are an exciting new approach to solving thorny scientific problems using contributions from a distributed group of non-expert humans....

Interspecies Interaction Design at Chi
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Interspecies Interaction Design at Chi

A description of new frontiers in animal/human interaction design emerging at CHI. No cats or chickens were harmed in the writing of this article.

The Wonderful World of Cooking Interfaces
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The Wonderful World of Cooking Interfaces

This is an article describing some recent (and bizarre) interfaces to support cooking. The intersection of computer science and culinary art is not as small as...

Game Design Through Mentoring and Collaboration
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Game Design Through Mentoring and Collaboration

About the successful game design program for students at McKinley Tech and George Mason University which encourages young people to study STEM.

Turns out That Brain Training Games Don't Work
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Turns out That Brain Training Games Don't Work

A brief article pointing to a new large scale study published in Nature about the effect of brain training games.

World of Warcraft-Playing Professors
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World of Warcraft-Playing Professors

Are academics taking serious games too seriously?

Games in Schools--Sugar-Coated Learning?
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Games in Schools--Sugar-Coated Learning?

A discussion of the debate about using off-the-shelf, brain-training games in classrooms.
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