Last week Kim, Joann, Cinthia and I took the EdLab team through an immersive experience that showcased what we learned at the SATE Conference. SATE is an annual event that focuses on the projects, trends and people in the world of Themed Entertainment. SATE stands for Storytelling, Architecture, Technology and Experience, a formula that fuels themed, educational and immersive experiences coming to life around the world. From research to exhibits, digital platforms to interactive experiences, the work we do at EdLab is certainly exemplar...
I discovered this new bit of reading technology and thought it might be of interest. It's voice recognition meets tangible books, in a marriage of physical-digital that brings to life a new kind of immersive storytelling at home. BBC also has something in the works.How can technology and experience opportunities like this be applied to the work we do here, the classroom and in higher education?Check it out!https://blooloop.com/link/google-disney-be...
Step into Everett Cafe and visit our latest Cafe Book Collection, Bear and Eagle: Something More Than Intelligence. This exhibit explores the US-Russia relationship with books offering insight into the policies, history and circumstances that have led these two countries to this current moment in time. Curated by Jennifer GovanDes...
According to the World Economic Forum 2016 report, by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish (by weight) in the world's oceans. In a business-as-usual scenario, the ocean is expected to
contain 1 tonne of plastic for every 3 tonnes of fish by 2025,
and by 2050, more plastics than fish (by weight).
As SpaceX blasts off a car into space, headed toward Mars, the curtain begins to close on the “Out of this World” Mars experience in the Learning Theater. This March we are projected to send the final groups of colonists out to redder pastures. So it’s time to start thinking about what the next big edu-taining experience for the LT space might be. I spent some time pondering the future of the space and here is a pitch for a possible way to transform the 4th floor in the coming months.
You would think getting to Mars requires the expertise of a rocket scientist, but at Teachers College (TC) all it took was a dedicated team of designers, creatives, and technicians to launch out toward the Red Planet. I want to share with you how we created one piece of technology for this immersive experience. But first, let me get you caught up on the mission.