4 great Games to get your kids interested in Game Design and Coding.
A new Kickstarter campaign that will use Gamification to further Robotics research. Basically building giant Battle Robots and fighting them.
Magicians and illusionists often say. "Pick a card" before having you select a card from a deck to perform a trick. I use this same phrase to start the business card exchange. It creates a sense of wonder and magic through words, and is the begin of this Businiss Card Game.
GMVR is a new youtube Channel that I have created together with my good friend The Case. How did this channel come about? It started with a simple question. "What does your perfect Monday look like?"
What does your perfect Monday look like? This was the question I was asked during orientation at the recruiting agency Maandag. I was recently hired
Watch how I got paid faster from clients, and saved the world just a little bit in the process with 'The Invoice Challenge'. This talk was recorded at USI Paris, France.
The Game Beyond is now Live on Udemy! Over the last few years I've gotten so much positive feedback about my Game Design workshop that I knew I had to find a way to scale it. That moment has arrived! Using the education platform of Udemy, you can now take The Game Beyond course on on your computer, or take it with you on most smartphones and tablets. Read more about how you can get an early bird discount.
Join me this Friday in The Vondelpark. The past couple months I've been teaching at the Media College Amsterdam, and the students have created some fun interactive art pieces to be enjoyed during this media festival. It should be Pixel Perfect.
See the Facebook Event Page
Check the Website http://www.mediabites.nl
Sometimes a game comes along that defies all other preconceptions of what a game was before. It is becomes an emotional experience that is etched into the mind. This was the case when I played Remembering from Monobanda. It is an exploration of sound and landscape as you travel through dimensions, filled with beauty. Trust me. Download it, take an hour for yourself and enjoy it. You will remember this game.
When you are in Amsterdam in the coming month, make sure to go and check Itamar's latest art project called "Food Chain Project". He has made an incredible exhibition of plaster molds from everything he consumed in a year.
Itamar actually used a christmas gift from another friend Gabe Bauer, that I got him in the states one year to make this popcorn piece. An Mi-Ah another talented artist has been helping the replication of all the work. It is amazing the detail of the popcorn on these molds. Little behind the scenes note there.
Make sure to go and check it out. More information can be found here.