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The Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment 2008

After a fairly intense year at work and study, it was great to have a chance to wind down a little in sunny Brisbane for the Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment. I’m not altogether sure what I was expecting – … Continue reading

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Quick project update

This project is doing my head in a little – but in a good way. The simple premise that I started with – that I want to see how it might be possible to use FPS style games for learning … Continue reading

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Questions for the First Person Learner project

I’ve spent a good part of the day exploring the fascinating Fuchs-Eckermann project (more on this soon) and I know it’s been good because it’s brought up a number of questions that I think are going to be important to … Continue reading

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