Science Fiction, LMC3214, Summer 2014: Exploring Cultural Connections Through Haptics and LEGO

Before closing out the last class that I would teach at Georgia Tech as a Brittain Fellow, I brought a great big container of LEGO bricks to class for my students to explore and enjoy thinking about science fiction with haptics. As I had done last year, I invited my students to think of somethingContinue reading “Science Fiction, LMC3214, Summer 2014: Exploring Cultural Connections Through Haptics and LEGO”

Science Fiction, LMC3214: All Good Things: Last Day of Class, Haptic Perception, and Lego

Today, unfortunately, was the last day of my Science Fiction class at Georgia Tech. At the beginning of class, my students completed their third exam. Unlike the previous exams, it only covered the material discussed in class this week: cyberpunk and Taiwanese SF. And unlike the previous 1 hour long exams, it was 30 minutesContinue reading “Science Fiction, LMC3214: All Good Things: Last Day of Class, Haptic Perception, and Lego”