The lab will be supporting our grad students in their thesis presentations today. This means there won't be any Friday Games at GAMBIT at the lab today, but if you're near the MIT Campus, you can drop in!
You can also watch it on live streaming video here.
CMS Thesis Presentations
Friday, April 2
E14-633 (The new Media Lab building, sixth floor)
9:00-9:40 M. Flourish Klink "Laugh Out Loud in Real Life: Twilight, Women's Humor, and Fan Identity"
9:45-10:25 Sheila Seles "Audience Research for Fun and Profit: Rediscovering the value of television audiences"
10:45-11:25 Florence Gallez "Open Park Online News Production: A Proposal for a Code of Ethics for Collaborative Journalism in the Digital Age"
11:30-12:10 Audubon Dougherty "New Medium, New Practice: Civic production in live-streaming mobile video"
1:00-1:40 Nick Seaver "A Brief History of Re-performance"
1:45-2:25 Madeleine Elish "The Evolution of the Companion Species: Creating Realms of Possibility for the Personal Computer"
2:45-3:25 Jason Begy "Interpreting Abstract Games: The Metaphorical Potential of Formal Game Elements"
3:30-4:10 Elliot Pinkus "The Physicality of Floating Numbers"
4:30-5:10 Hillary Kolos "Not in it just to win it: Inclusive gaming in an MIT dorm"
5:15-5:55 Michelle Moon Lee "Designing Game Ethics: A Pervasive Game Adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo"