Check out this all-ages ‘interactive play’ [Events Roundup]

Plus: at Huge, "a panel of pint-sized 'experts'" discusses why kids these days are so savvy with technology.

The Game Innovation Lab's promotional flyer for the interactive play. (Image courtesy of NYU Poly)


Events of interest to technologists in Brooklyn:

Deirdra “Squinky” Kiai presents COFFEE: A MISUNDERSTANDING
This is an all-ages, interactive play with “performers” reading from mobile devices and audience members feeding them lines. From the listing: “It’s a combination of multiplayer Choose Your Own Adventure and improv theatre, resulting in a play experience that’s every bit as awkward as the story it’s trying to tell.”
Thursday, Nov. 13
7 p.m.
NYU Poly Game Innovation Lab
5 Metrotech Center, Downtown


BK Media Maker Meetup
Monday, Nov. 10
6-9 p.m.
BRIC Arts, Media House
647 Fulton St, Fort Greene


Digital Kids: The Next Generation Speaks
From the listing: “Huge’s Marissa Gluck will moderate a discussion about these Digital Kids — a cohort that is far savvier than most marketers give them credit for.”
Wednesday, Nov. 12
6:30 p.m.
45 Main St, #200, Dumbo
More info>>

Companies: BRIC / Game Innovation Lab / Huge
Series: Brooklyn
Projects: Babycastles

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