Students in the Elementary Institute of Science summer program of 40 kids ranging from ages 8-12 had the oppertunity to play Quake Catcher. Students had a great time running, jumping, and creating earthquakes as they learned about the science of earthquakes and earthquake safety
Debi Kilb was the invited speaker at the Elementary Institute of Science summer camp, where she discussed earthquakes and earthquake science using interactive visualizations and hands-on materials like Slinkies.
With the help of Elementary Institute of Science (EIS), UC San Diego Extension, and Scripps Oceanography, our videogame programming and robotics courses offered at EIS was featured in this article. Also, check out the accompanying Flickr gallery here!