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Ecsite 2017: Darwin’s Rabbits – Audio Game for Galleries

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Wow – it’s just 2 weeks until Ecsite 2018 in Geneva.  Ecsite is the largest science communication conference in Europe and is where the worlds Science Centre professionals gather to sharpen their critical mind, recharge their batteries and let off steam on the dance floor – their words not mine 🙂 I’ll be returning for

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Escape Games for Museums (part of #MuseumsAtNight)

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A fantastic project to share real-world game making with students and museums in Warwickshire.  You’ll have seen me (on here, twitter & at talks) ‘banging on’ about how successful Escape Room-inspired games would be in museums and here was an opportunity to create them in just a couple of days and then share with the

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*Holographic, Interactive Nun

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Maker Monday Commission: Magdalene Laundries I’ve recently finished an artistic collaboration with multi-discipline Birmingham-based Live Artist Kate Spence.  Kate is embarking on a new long-term direction of work connected with the Magdalene Asylums of the Catholic Church.  Kate was able to begin this work thanks to being chosen as one of four recipients of the

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Make & Take – Create your own Audio Tour Experiences

I’m a big fan of predominantly audio experiences in real spaces.  Staying connected with the real environment while augmenting it with audio can be powerful.  Definitely preferable to being distracted by a mobile screen! You can see this in some of my recent projects: Farmer George’s Flock A Moment of Madness   Take & Make

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Farmer George’s Flock Game at The Great Pagoda

The idea: Cuddly Sheep as the Game Controller We were fortunate to win a competition earlier in the year to develop a ‘playful experience’ to bring

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