Project for the integration and collaboration between pre-teens and teens from different backgrounds.
Create your own Superhero Identity and work together with other heroes in this multi-player massive tabletop game designed in the Learning, Design, and Technology program at Stanford University.
Superherolympics is a multi-player massive-scale board game designed for early adolescent Third Culture Kids who are navigating different cultures in their home life and in their world at large.
Players create their own unique superhero identities that give them a sense of empowerment and benevolence, and then they are matched together in dynamic pairings to complete mini-game missions together.
By engaging in low-stakes, fast, and frequent collaboration with others, they are able to develop their collaborative and cooperative skills while also practising different forms of self-presentation, through the safe abstraction of their superheroes.
Ana Maria Palma
Diego Vaz Bevilaqua
Lucas Brazil Sousa
Mediation with providers
Interaction cubes module
coordination and execution
Video habilitation exercise
A portrait of the streets of Paris
Pierre-Benoît Pirlot de Corbion
A portrait of the rhythm of the streets of Paris, portraying the different sounds, people and activities encountered.