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Prototyping Interactive Data Viz: 11. ASTRO BULLETIN GESTURE-BASED INTERACTIVE

The following is a deeper dive into one of the projects developed at the American Museum of Natural History in FY17 to help us better understand how to bring the digital work of Museum scientists to visitors through emerging media. … Continue reading

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Prototyping Interactive Data Viz: 2. CT SCANS WITH HOLOCUBE

The following is a deeper dive into one of the projects developed at the American Museum of Natural History in FY17 to help us better understand how to bring the digital work of Museum scientists to visitors through emerging media. … Continue reading

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Jamming with Dinosaurs!

I am Eric, a First Year MFA student at NYU Game Center, studying about and designing games. Barry asked me and the other interns to help put together a game jam last Sunday to support an ongoing project. Here’s a … Continue reading

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MicroMuseum, Session 3: Are You With Me Or Against Me?

This third session of MicroMuseum was brought to us by the words “Parasitic,” “Commensal“, and “Mutualist“. In other words, different type of relationships. To start the day, the teens were paired up and challenged to act out a skit in … Continue reading

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Digging into Phylo, a Science-Based, Crowd-sourced Trading Card Game: An Interview with David Ng

David Ng has a PhD in immunology and supervises the Advanced Molecular Biology Laboratory (AMBL) at The University of British Columbia providing science learning experiences for both the general public and scientific communities. In 2010 he initiated a fascinating game … Continue reading

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Call for Museum Meet-Up at the 2013 Digital Media and Learning Conference

I would like to call for a Museum Meet-Up at this year’s 2013 Digital Media and Learning Conference. If you are attending the Chicago Conference this year and would like to meet with other museum professionals in attendance, please add … Continue reading

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