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Pushing Boundaries: Ecsite 2019 at The Experimentarium in Copenhagen

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I’ve just returned from a fantastic week in Copenhagen at the 2019 Ecsite Conference – Pushing Boundaries hosted at The Experimentarium in Hellerup.  It was my 4th Ecsite, having contributed to previous Ecsite conferences in Graz, Porto and Geneva.  Here’s some details from Ecsite 2017 in Porto where in 2 days we built an Audio

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Science Escape Games for GEEK in Beijing

International Tinkering Education Conference I’ve been fortunate to be involved in the fantastic GEEK play & games festival 3 times now. Once at Dreamland in Margate, last summer at the Singapore Science Centre in (you’ve guessed it) Singapore and I’ve just come back from GEEK in Beijing!  This time we were part of the inaugural

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EnTRUSTed – The Hospital Management Megagame

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Note: For some time I’ve been meaning to write some notes up about how there all these different gaming communities. Each one is busy innovating in their own little world but not always fully aware of what is / has happened in the other communities. Some of these include: LARP, Megagames, BoardGames, UrbanGames, Alternative Reality

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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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