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Friday, September 11 • 11:00am - 3:00pm
50 games of biology, the playful (or painful) workshop

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In this CRI gamelab workshop, you’ll discover and tinker with experimental projects we’ve built in our gamelab mixing game design, biology and DIY controllers. We know you’ve always wanted to steer live protozoa, fork a bacterial genome, and pilot your muscles remotely. Well this is your lucky day! Our workshop is adapted to everyone, even complete novices. By the end, you will have learned some basic biology, electronics, and programming skills, and will be ready to be the next Frankenstein of game design.

Requirements:
Interest in biology and/or  experimental games

Gears to bring:
your own biology games, laptop, smartphones

Skills:
biology, game design, electronics, programming

Expectations after:
being able to propotype new kind of games, ++ knowledge on scientific games especially biotic games

Speakers
avatar for Alexandre Vaugoux

Alexandre Vaugoux

GameLab Manager at the CRI, he is also running | the gamelier club afterwork. Long story short, when he finished his | french undergrad studies of anthropology and sociology, he went to | Vancouver as a visitor student in SF University that's where he met | storytelling and transmedia.


Friday September 11, 2015 11:00am - 3:00pm
Room 1 111 Smith Street

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