In the role of a graduate student, play through a real experiment designed to understand how blind people navigate through rooms. Answer questions and receive immediate feedback on terms used in experimental psychology.
An exer-game designed to teach youth about nutrition in common foods. The game is available on multiple formats and in four languages. Choose from a PC, iPhone or multiple “experimental versions” with available open source code.
A suite of mini games designed to refresh knowledge on atoms, and provide instruction in atomic charge and how to measure the electric field. These games, funded by the NSF, also include dynamic simulations of Coulombs Law.
Vectors have both length (magnitude) and direction. Players use the mouse to draw real-time vectors symbolizing a free particle. Immediate feedback is received and changes in the electric field are shown via a dynamic Coulombs law.
An embodied game where the left hand controls the storm cloud and the right hand controls the dragon. As the charged particles in the cloud separate, conditions become ripe for a lightning strike. See if you can position the dragon in the right place at the right time!