Seattle-Tasmania Connection Students from Seattle, Washington and Launceston College in Tasmania, Australia joined our resident theater director Art Feinglass to play games in a virtual playspace based upon Isaac Newton’s First Law of Motion—including using Newton’s head to demonstrate an object in constant motion. Check out the video and see images from the exercise. Seattle-Moscow […]
We know that kids in middle school and high school have a great time going through our story-game making workshops. But we didn’t know how the methodology would transfer to people in different age groups and demographics. So on March 3, we tried something new: we got together with the Virtual Reality Association at the […]
When 13 teens showed up at Fluke Hall on the University of Washington campus one wet November day, they had no idea what they were in for. When they emerged from Portal VR in Ballard on Jan. 28, they had just played a virtual reality game they had made through learning, narrative-building, performance and collaboration. […]
On Jan. 31, RealityNext showed off its first VR story-game made by kids to “The Mixer,” an event sponsored by the City of Seattle for film and creative professionals in the city. Here are pictures from the event.