Bandit’s 3D Touch

Bandit’s Shark Showdown, the new game from Max and Haley, has received mention from several outlets for its use of 3D touch controls and potential as a hand rehabilitation tool for stroke victims. These include Time Magazine and The Verge, and list the game amongst apps from tech giants such as Facebook and Twitter.

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“Is the ‘Dumb Jock’ Really a Nerd?” Redux

An article by Jason Stanley and John Krakauer, originally published October 27, 2013 (see here), has now been published in the first edition of The Stone Reader: Modern Philosophy in 133 Arguments, an anthology of philosophy essays published in the New York Times.

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Helping Hand

Dr. Krakauer, the Kata team, and BLAM were profiled in the New Yorker!
Read the full article here.

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How Stroke Patients Can Rewire Their Brains

Dr. Krakauer and the lab were featured in the inaugural episode of “Science Happens!” at STAT.

Watch the video and read the article here.

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TEDx – A Critical Window for Recovery After Stroke

Dr. Krakauer’s TEDx talk at Johns Hopkins University. March 7, 2015.

View this full program online.

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MICA Alumna Helps Repair Brain Injuries

MICA Communication’s article on Kat McNally and the Kata Project.

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A very well written review of Shark Eaters: Rise of the Dolphins

Koffee Klaud‘s review of Shark Eaters: Rise of the Dolphins.

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Rules of the Game: Movement in Health and Disease

Dr. Krakauer’s talk at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, University of Wisconsin. Part of the John Von Neumann Public Lectures in Complexity & Computation.

View this program online.

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Hopkins’ new video game may pave way for stroke therapy

The Baltimore Sun‘s article on I Am Dolphin.

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“I Am Dolphin”: where dolphins, gaming and neuroscience meet

The Washington Post‘s article on I Am Dolphin.

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