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New Media Master's Thesis presentations / Mon 12.10.2020

Welcome to follow New Media Master’s Thesis presentations – Monday 12.10.2020!
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Monday 12.10.2020
Place: Zoom Meeting – link: https://aalto.zoom.us/j/63689672502

Program:

9:00 Yuika Machida: Redesign for a peer-to-peer virtual currency trading platform
10:00 Isra Rab: Educational Escape Rooms As Collaborative Learning Environments
11:00 Andreas Sode Wiberg: OmaStadi Budgeting Game - An evaluation framework for working towards more inclusive participation through design games
12:00 Break 
13:00 Thu Nguyen: Intersemiotic Interpretation — The role of medium in intersemiotic translation of a poem
14:00 Nadiia Honcharuk: Designing the art style and asset pipeline for a mobile game: Case Pocket Factory

The presentations are open for everyone. Welcome!

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