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Adventure Design Group: Murder Mystery Game Presentation

Meditations on Murder (Presentations and Dinner Party)

Thursday, Jul 24, 2014, 7:00 PM

The Go Game HQ
400 Treat Ave

48 Creators Attending

San Francisco, you should not be surprised to learn, hosts a vibrant scene of up-and-coming murder mystery designers. Join us for a dinner & discussion with three of the entrepreneurs contributing to a renaissance in the art of the murder mystery. Each creator will share a 10 minute presentation on their approach to their work, over hors d'oeuvres....

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San Francisco, you should not be surprised to learn, hosts a vibrant scene of up-and-coming murder mystery designers. Join us for a dinner & discussion with three of the entrepreneurs contributing
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Innovation Hub | What the Medici Teach Us About Innovation

Innovation Hub | What the Medici Teach Us About Innovation | Adventure Design+Experiential Marketing | Scoop.it
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10 minutes of listening well spent. The Medici effect -- aka cross-pollinating ideas between seemingly unrelated disciplines -- is at the center of good adventure design. And, really, adventure design itself, is blending of game design, theater, story telling, psychology, event planning, and technology -- just to name a few.

 

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THE INSTITUTE -- Spencer McCall & Jeff Hull Interview

THE INSTITUTE -- Spencer McCall & Jeff Hull Interview | Adventure Design+Experiential Marketing | Scoop.it
Spencer McCall and Jeff Hull talk archetypes, the axis mundi, and the power of play.
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Play is more than just fun

Play is more than just fun | Adventure Design+Experiential Marketing | Scoop.it
A pioneer in research on play, Dr. Stuart Brown says humor, games, roughhousing, flirtation and fantasy are more than just fun. Plenty of play in childhood makes for happy, smart adults -- and keeping it up can make us smarter at any age.
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An older TED Talk, but very relevant to adventure design. Play is powerful force in happiness and creativity. It allows us to step out of familiar roles and social confines. I can be easy to forget this amidst a deluge of to-dos and responsibilities. 

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Innovation Hub | Recent Entries

Innovation Hub | Recent Entries | Adventure Design+Experiential Marketing | Scoop.it
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"Whimsy and play is so important to making a community vibrant. It's so important to inspiring a community and making people understand the potential of what they can do with their time and resources." - Christina Xu

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Experiential 101: What is Experiential Marketing?

Experiential 101: What is Experiential Marketing? | Adventure Design+Experiential Marketing | Scoop.it
Experiential Marketing Experiential marketing is a form of advertising that focuses primarily on helping consumers experience a brand. While traditional ad
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It strikes me that just showing up and handing out product is a lazy way to engage. How much more of an impact can you make for your brand by starting with the concept of immersion through play?

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