[Activities] Art In All of Us -- OLPC
anthonyasael at artinallofus.org
Fri Aug 29 01:54:37 EDT 2008
Unfortunately, we don't have that level of details.
However, I have played this game offline with over 10000 kids in about 170
countries.... reaction is unanimous. It is an excellent way to have them
sensitize in a funny way and of course stimulate their curiosity.
De: Brian Jordan [mailto:brian at laptop.org]
Enviado el: 28 August 2008 11:49
Para: Anthony Asael
CC: Samuel Klein; Seth Woodworth; library; simon at artinallofus.org;
activities at lists.laptop.org; Games for the OLPC
Asunto: Re: [Activities] Art In All of Us -- OLPC
Anthony -- I really like this! What a fantastic game. Are you
collecting long term data on the responses? (like... 50% thought this
drawing is of Egypt)
I would love to see this available as an activity on the OLPC XO.
This project (or generically, taking a PHP server based game/quiz and
porting it to run offline on the XO) would be a good-sized candidate
for, say, a college student's end of semester project.
I wonder -- are there any comp sci departments with courses that might
be interested in having its students things like this?
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 11:11 PM, Anthony Asael
<anthonyasael at artinallofus.org> wrote:
> Thank Samuel. I am a huge supporter of brining awareness through fun game
> including pictures. I am willing to help in anyway I can.
> Keep us informed of the next steps.
> De: Samuel Klein [mailto:sj at laptop.org]
> Enviado el: 14 August 2008 14:46
> Para: Anthony Asael
> CC: simon at artinallofus.org; Seth Woodworth; activities at lists.laptop.org;
> library; Games for the OLPC
> Asunto: Re: Art In All of Us -- OLPC
> Anthony -- These images of children are amazing... thanks again for the
> offer. To the games list: is there anyone interested in helping port this
> sort of game for offline use? I bet imagequiz could be tweaked to do
> more smoothly.
> The corwd at the physics jam in a couple weeks might have their own ideas
> about what to do with images.
> Anthony Asael <anthonyasael at artinallofus.org> wrote:
> Hi !
> I am definitely open to more images. We have a 160,000+ number of images
> from 175+ countries. We have infinite options to have the kids entertain
> learn !
> I think it is also a pretty simple game to develop for a developer. Does
> OLPC have somebody in their team to help in that ?
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