The Community Network Tool is both a set of websites built to serve as community hubs, as well as a stand-alone website installation bundle.
It’s also the project upon which I worked for my Master’s practicum, so there’s that.
- Download Practicum Discussion paper
- Download files, documentation, and my final presentation
- Video of the practicum presentations (I had to re-do mine because they didn’t actually record mine the first time.)
Mike Ambinder at Valve on biofeedback in game design
An excerpt from his session at last week’s NeuroGaming Conference and Expo. Not a whole lot of new information here as he has previously discussed all of this, but it’s still cool to hear him talk about it. VentureBeat also has an associated article.
I honestly had no idea that this conference even existed, but suddenly I am quite curious if they will be making videos of the sessions available.
Stop Drawing Dead Fish
Bret Victor doing his thing.
As a sidenote, the setup he is using for his presentation is quite interesting. He is using two iPads that are wirelessly networked, one of which is hooked up to the projector and the other which is providing controls for his presentation. There is no standard method of providing that faculty, though, so it’s something that he explicitly built into his demo app.