My simulation of muscles and nerves
My avatar is working to create a simulation for the ALS Foundation
My build of a necrotic muscle/nerve environment that you might find in ALS patients
Interactive Blog in Second Life
Healthy Muscles and Nerves
This is the entrance to a shrinking tunnel that shrinks you to be twice as tall as an atom of hydrogen. In this game, you save your world by finding atoms and putting them correctly to form water molecules.
This is a quick animation I did with students whom I was teaching to use Scratch programming language in Holyoke. Scratch is a simple programming language developed at MIT to teach basic computational literacy. I taught Scratch for three months in an afterschool program.
This is my first animation made in Alice. Alice is another programming language, this one is out of Carnegie Melon. With Alice, students program interactive animations. It is designed to interest more girls in programming with its focus on story telling. I don’t agree with the generalization, but I like Alice.
In the virtual world Second Life, my avatar is surfing the internet.
Choosing atoms to put together to make H2O