Engage idea

Jess Mitchell jess at jessmitchell.com
Fri May 8 15:23:31 UTC 2009

Keep it coming Aaron -- it's great to have your ideas on the list!


Jess Mitchell
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On May 8, 2009, at 10:46 AM, Aaron Brown wrote:

> It seems to me that a good way to make people comfortable with new
> technology is to find a way for them to have fun with it.  With that  
> in
> mind...
> Scavenger hunt.
> For kids: A "Where in the world is Carmen San Diego" type of
> locatation-based trivia game.
> This would work best in a larger museum, the more labyrinthine the
> better.  There are a zillion places you can go with the basic idea,  
> from
> advanced theme-based or riddle-based games to simpler games for kids.
> It could be a good way to encourage people into less-visited parts  
> of a
> museum's collection.
> - Aaron
> P.S. I hope nobody minds too much that I'm lobbing these into your
> courtyard from the street, as it were.  I was always that kid who
> wouldn't shut up in class.
> -- 
> Aaron Brown :: aaron at thebrownproject.com :: www.thebrownproject.com
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