Tuesday, September 19, 2006


I thought that some might be interested in checking out the latest creative work by Andrew Bucksbarg and his graduate student Charlie Hoyt. It's called Shufflesition (say it like 'composition)...and it's a game that uses ipod shuffles to deliver instructions to individual game players. Each player acts out the instructions--which vary from "clap three times" to "pretend you are a tornado...spin tornado, spin!". When you get several players responding to different instructions simultaneously it makes for interesting times for the players...and for people watching them.

Check out the Shufflesition website, and good luck to both Charlie and Andrew as they take Shufflesition on the road to the Come out and Play Festival this week in New York's Central Park

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