Monthly Archives: December 2006


with thanks to Friluftsliv is a Norwegian word denoting a quality of outdoor education as lived experience in nature. Almost anyone with an interest in location-based games for learning will also recognise the benefits of outdoor education but the … Continue reading

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Who’s scared of shadows?

It’s hard to imagine what the big deal is when you first hear someone mention GPS shadows. This video (3MB) simulating gps shadows in Bristol created and kindly made available by Anthony Steed of University College London, beautifully illustrates the … Continue reading

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First stab

Made by Mrs. A. E. Reasoner, New Jersey Pieced and embroidered silk and velvet, 1885 Purchase 1970 Frederick P. Field Bequest Fund 70.25 88″ x 90″ My first shot at creating a game based on the following requirements: 1. a … Continue reading

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Ways of Seeing

Although I recognise the importance of boundaries in creative practice, I’m starting to feel that by reevaluating existing game categories, and our criteria for successful games, we might free ourselves far more able to think of games in new ways … Continue reading

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