My interview on Game Transfer Phenomena in the Curiosity daily podcast with the enthusiastic Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer! They make a great team. Follow this link to participate in our ongoing study mentioned in the program.
Do you want to share you Game Tranfer Phenomena experience in a podcast? A recognised American podcast wants to hear your voice! If you would like to share, please contact me.
To my surprise, my survey made it to the front page of the Swedish gaming site FZ.se. Thank you for embracing science! Happy to see that the recruiting part of the inevitable process of research is valued! I felt a little melancholy since my research on Game Transfer Phenomena started […]
Washington Post is running a series of stories on growing up in “The screen age”. In the most recent story “The next level” they go into the case of “Byrne”, his struggles with gaming addition and the impact on his family. Byrne has also experienced Game Transfer Phenomena (GTP). “After […]
Is technology haunting us? Or we are haunting it? Aleks Krotoski wonders. Traditional definitions of what is alive seem limited! Toys dance, cry, smile; advanced technologies are “smart”, and trick us making us feel they are present and even alive. Traces from virtual immersion appear and people see and hear […]
Rodrigo Villanueva from LevelUp.com has put together a video report on the latest study about prevalence of GTP. Almost 100,000 people have watched it in just a few days! Check out the gamers’ comments and share your one!
In an interview for Discovery News discussing the advent of contemporary VR, Glenn McDonald summarized some of my insights about VR and Game Transfer Phenomena. Here are some extracts: “Without a doubt, highly immersive technologies for entertainment bring exciting possibilities for the users — I’m a big fan! — but also […]
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Many video gamers experience images, sounds and sensations from games in their real worlds Almost all video gamers who responded to an online survey about ‘Game Transfer Phenomena’ claimed to have experienced some form of it – with images, sounds or urges from their games being transferred into their real […]
It is not common that academic research inspires an international TV series. I’m happily surprised to see my research featured on the American series CSI, as a result of my PhD at Nottingham Trent University supervised by Professor Mark D. Griffiths. My research about GTP has flourished at NTU, and […]