The next steps for dance medicine

New asso­ciate pro­fessor Shaw Bronner studies the bio­me­chanics of dance movement—research with appli­ca­tions ranging from pre­venting dancers’ injuries to under­standing the neural rela­tion­ship between move­ment and memory.

Game analytics reveals games’ hidden impact

The rapid growth of mobile devices and big data is changing how inter­ac­tive games are devel­oped, sold, and played. Now, a new book from North­eastern fac­ulty lays the foun­da­tion for one of the world’s most rapidly inno­vating fields.

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Build a game. Learn math. Be cool.

On Wednesday I met a man named Bob Cas­sels, a soft­ware devel­oper at Google, who told me his children’s school recently announced that all its stu­dents would learn to code […]

Blog:  iNSolution

Not your grandma’s Duck Hunt

I’ve said it here before: I’m not much of a gamer. My 9-​​​​year-​​​​old nephew gets exas­per­ated every time he sets me up in front of the Wii and ulti­mately just […]