From the Interactive Media $ Games Seminar Series; Noah Wardrip-Fruin from the Center for Games and Playable Media at UC Santa Cruz discusses the what he calls Computational Media. This process brings computer science research into collaboration with game design and insights from the humanities and arts.
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