Welcome!The Center for Serious Play has been established to bring students, faculty, and external groups together in ways that will benefit the campus community as a whole. The Center offers students a dynamic learning environment centered around creative collaborations with student teams, faculty and industry. The program responds to student interest in fields related to serious play and offers opportunities to develop innovative solutions to real-world issues.
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During the last week of September, Amsterdam’s 5th annual PICNIC conference took place. Since 2006 PICNIC has allowed for scientists, artists, think tanks, marketers, designers, media experts, government leaders, entrepreneurs, inventors, game developers, students, teachers and many others to come together … Continue reading
While we may be a little late to the party by announcing this now some of you may find this as news! Less than a week ago Nintendo held a 3DS press event with promises to blows us away. Fortunately for you, … Continue reading
The time has finally come to bow down to our robot masters. Dr. Peter Kormushev and his colleagues of the Italian Institute of Technology have successfully programmed a robot to aim and shoot a bow and arrow. Not only is the robot capable of … Continue reading
Director, screenwriter and designer of movies such as Pan’s Labyrinth and Hellboy, Guillermo del Toro, is preparing his venture into the video game industry through the likes of publisher THQ. This news correlates directly with the recent interview del Toro had with MTV two … Continue reading
Earlier this week it was reported that Starcraft 2 cost over $100 million to make, this week Blizzard has retracted the statement saying it didn’t cost over $100 million to make.
Earlier yesterday Microsoft announced to the world Kinect’s official pricing of $150 along with a Kinect bundle for $299, which includes the newly announced 4GB Xbox 360 Slim, Kinect, and Kinect adventures. Along with the peripheral Microsoft claimed at least … Continue reading