|Monica Geignos, First Lady of Namibia, starts the game by selecting a region from the world map|
|Steven Hoffman, Scientific Director, CIHR Institute of Population & Public Health, chooses a country|
|An inventive player finds a workaround for an oversight in our user interface, and...|
|...his little brother chooses the vaccine to protect a community not much taller than him.|
|Lab coats aren't chic, but they do show the pox!|
|Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, Minister of Health for Ghana, stands in front of the Shadowpox tent |
to host the farewell for outgoing WHO Director-General Margaret Chan, and then...
|...goes inside to rack up an impressive Protection Score!|
|Not to be outdone, Jane Philpott, Canada's Minister of Health, takes a turn|
with the expert guidance of York Augmented Reality Lab Director Caitlin Fisher
|A wide-angle shot showing both screens. The projection is identical, but flipped |
on the player's side, so it can be viewed right-way around outside the tent.
(Check out the Kinect sensor on the shelf at the top left.)
Huge thanks to all the players who enjoyed the game at UNAIDS. Next stop: Canada!