Prism wins best student game

At yesterday’s Games for Change Awards, ETC student project won the Best Student Game category. The team of Ridma Ramesh, Xueyang (Lena) Wang, Dan Wolpow, Yutian Zheng and Yidi Zhu created an app that helped 3rd and 4th graders empathize with their peers on the autism spectrum. Congratulations to the team!

To play the game, and see the student’s process over the spring 2018 semester, go to their website.

The Prism team photo

The Games for Change Festival, held in New York City, has developers, creators, researchers, technologists, educators, policy makers, and non-profits converging to share and learn how they can leverage the power of games and immersive media for social good.


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