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The Future of Gaming

 

Video Games are seeping into nearly every part of our lives, and game designers are trying to seize the opportunity to imbue these games with newfound meaning and purpose. Brooke talks to game designers and futurists about where games are going and how they are shaping the future of collaboration.


Click HERE for the full version of Jane McGonigal's Ted Talk



Click HERE for the full version of Jesse Schell's DICE talk.

 


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Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World

November 10, 2010

Author:

Jane McGonigal

Published:

The Penguin Press HC, 2011

 

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The Culture of Gaming

Despite the comparisons, video games are a wholly new medium, allowing an interactivity, agency and complexity most other media just can't provide. Brooke talks to Kill Screen Magazineeditor Jamin Brophy-Warren, novelist Nicholson Baker, and journalist Tom Bissell about the power and potential of video games and video game design.

 

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The Brain That Changes Itself:

Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science

by Norman Doidge. Penguin.

2007. 427 pages. Paperback. $16.

In this New York Times bestseller, Doidge shares compelling success stories from the new science of “neuroplasticity,” which studies ways the brain can rewire itself to recover from traumatic damage. The individual stories—stroke trauma undone, a half-brain that conditioned itself to function as a whole, IQs that raised themselves, learning disorders that their sufferers overcame, and aging brains that rejuvenated to their youthful vitality—offer signs of great impending neuroscience breakthroughs. 

 

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Comments (1)

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 3:23 pm on Jan 3, 2011

Covers 4 problems of climate change, peak oil, 85K human-made chemicals, & the re-emergence of infectious disease. All of these problems are the result of an unsustainable lifestyle. One solution is suggested: maximizing sustainable well-being through intentional community (e.g., co-housing, ecovillages, but also closer neighborhoods) and sustainable living.

This video consists of short segments of a 1.5 hour talk given on April 3, 2009 to the Wisconsin Psychological Association (WPA).
@ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIiZvGcuGtI

See http://www.sustainablewellbeing.org for more details, pdfs, music, etc.

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