One of my fungi/bacteria videos were part of the theatre production "In dir schläft ein Tier" at the Theater an der Parkaue (Berlin, Germany). When: 10-11-2017 Where: Theater an der Parkaue (Berlin, Germany)
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My fungi/bacteria videos were projected during a feature called ‘Common enemy’ organised by Danish journalism platform Zetland. During this show one of their journalists interviews a Danish writer about her new book about pandemics. My videos were used as background projections. When: 03-10-2017 Where: Denmark
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I presented our article Player Expectations of Animal Incorporated Computer Games (Wim van Eck and Maarten H. Lamers) at INTETAIN2017 (9th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment). When: 20-06-2017 Where: VidaMar Resort Hotel Madeira, Funchal (Portugal)
Together with my colleague Maarten Lamers I was mentioned in the first-ever “Nerd 101”, an unsorted list of the “101 most interesting technologists, inventors and tinkerers in The Netherlands”. Compiled and published by Dutch national magazine “Vrij Nederland“. When: 09-06-2015 Where: Vrij Nederland, montly Dutch magazine
I presented my “Trees as time capsules” project at Airborne Museum 'Hartenstein', a battlefield museum about the Battle of Arnhem (WWII). When: 09-05-2015 Where: Airborne Museum 'Hartenstein', Oosterbeek (Netherlands)
In The Ricky Gervais Show (season 3, episode 13), comedians Karl Pilkington, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant ridicule our project Bug-Man. When: The Ricky Gervais Show Season 3: Episode 13
I presented our article Biological Content Generation: Evolving Game Terrains through Living Organisms (Wim van Eck and Maarten H. Lamers) at EvoMUSART2015 (4th International Conference on Evolutionary and Biologically Inspired Music, Sound, Art and Design). When: 8-10 April 2015 Where: National Museum, Copenhagen (Denmark)
I presented my “Evolving Game Terrains through Living Organisms” project at the Overkill Festival, a 48 hours non-stop Art, video game and Film festival. When: 25-01-2015 Where: Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede (the Netherlands)
I was invited to speak at the “What’s next for procedural content?” symposium organised by the Center for Computer Games Research at the IT University of Copenhagen. When: 10-11-2014 Where: IT University of Copenhagen (Denmark)