Technology, Game Mechanics And Bridging The Virtual-Actual Divide

Technology, Game Mechanics And Bridging The Virtual-Actual Divide

Game developer Jesse Schell talks about how the explosion of the virtual in our lives has driven us to crave more reality in every facet of life.

Ruben Sun
  • 25 february 2010

At our New York Conference last year, Kevin Slavin of Area/Code delivered a talk on gaming in everyday life entitled “This Platform called Everyday Life”. Recently we stumbled upon a talk Jesse Schell of (game developer, previously of the Disney Imagineering division) delivered for this year’s DICE summit (Design, Innovate, Communicate Entertain) that elaborates on this concept.

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