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Kevin Roebuck
Director, Digital Experience

Teaching kids through serious gaming is one of the focus areas of next mondays event. Karen from Morphonix in Sausalito just sent me a really cool demo of their 3-D adventure game called Neuromatrix which is designed to teach 11-14 year olds about the human brain, it's structure and functions by using detective work and medically-based diagnostic processes. The work was funded by grants from the national institute of mental health's small business innovation program. I'd post the video, but it's 224MB. So either check out their site for more info or come to Digital Hollywood University Project to see it and a lot more!

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Comments ( 2 )
  • M. Mortazavi Monday, August 7, 2006

    I like the format of your blog and this is a great entry. Brain science for kids...Of course, I wish kids also learned about limits of science as a base for world knowledge but I guess that only comes with actual experience of living.

    Take care.

  • guest Monday, August 7, 2006
    hey thanks... and i wholeheartedly agree. i am trying to stress the arts and humanities everywhere to balance out the science of it all. cheers. -K
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