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Game Night Gone Wild @AMNH

Do games belong in museums? Well, the 500 attendees at last night’s sold out event – Game Night Gone Wild – answered with their feet: “Hell, yes! (and pass the dice…)” This is not the first time the Museum has … Continue reading

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Ludology Podcast focuses on Gutsy, with Interviews

In the recent episode of the podcast Ludology, an analytical discussion of the how’s and why’s of the world of board games, Geoffrey Engelstein interviewed both Eric Teo and myself about the new game we developed with Susan Perkins and … Continue reading

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MicroRangers Teaser Video

MicroRangers is coming… in just few weeks. And here’s a little teaser. Below is a photo of the Communicator Coins which just arrived TODAY! We’re so excited to see them. Conceptually, they began as cards – one which I had … 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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Using Games to Re-framing Our Past: an interview with 80 Days writer Meg Jayanth

When people ask me how my life led me to a career in digital media for learning, if I am feeling flippant I might say it all began when I was in second grade, in 1976, when the highlight of … Continue reading

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Pterosaurs: The Card Game AR App Launchs in App Store

Wahoo! So excited. What just started last fall as a fortuitously timed conversation with the Museum’s exhibition department (learning they were making totally cool pterosaurs animations for our new exhibit opening next week) has now been released to the public … Continue reading

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Augmenting the Museum: Pterosaurs, Microbiomes, and More

“omne trium perfectum” (Latin for everything that comes in threes is perfect) According to Wikipedia, the rule of three is a writing principle that “suggests that things that come in threes are inherently funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than … Continue reading

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