As part of the Digital Storytelling Lab team at Columbia University, Playmatics co-founder Nicholas Fortugno was a co-winner of a Seed Grant for Project Immerse, an episodic web experience dealing with the ways misinformation manifests on the internet, built in web native technologies. Check out the new here.
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Nick Fortugno speaks as part of the School of Visual Arts MFA in Visual Storytelling Storyteller’s Series about The Waiting Game, a game co-created by Playmatics, ProPublica, and WNYC. In this talk, Nick will discuss how games can be a part of journalism, and how interactive experiences fit into investigative and advocacy based storytelling. The […]
Nick Fortugno recently spoke at GamesBeat 2019 about a project he is working on with Hello TeamSolar, the AR project Under the Sea. In this lightning talk, Nick discusses the possibilities of public augmented reality, and how he and Hello TeamSolar is working to create innovative and fun multiplayer AR experiences to play in public. […]
“Science Game Lab to be a central hub for scientists and gamers” Playmatics has teamed up with Scripps Research and we’ve been working on a new web portal just for citizen science games. We hope Science Game Lab will be a hub for the citizen science gaming community, and we already have some amazing citizen […]
Works by Playmatics Get in touch to discuss bringing your story or brand to life. AllAugmented RealityAward-WinningBranded IPComing SoonEducationGames for HealthGamificationGovernment and NGOsGraphic Adventure GamesMuseums and ExhibitionsNeurogamingReal WorldTransmedia Neuroscience Game Experiment with University of Geneva Playmatics has teamed up with the University of Geneva and Dr. Daphne Bavelier and Dr. C. Shawn Green to create […]