Barack Paper Scissors

This is fantastic.  Thanks to @gybe2388 for the link.

Update: I was heading off to teach when I originally posted this video and just wanted to add that I find it a really creative way of using the interactive links embedded in the video.  Also interesting to see the amount of work involved.  According to the videomakers, there are at least 400 videos and over a thousand annotations.

Oddly the first time I played, I kept tying my “opponent,” which led me to believe that the game was fixed.  But after going back and replaying, I realized that there were multiple permutations in each game.

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  1. The Chutry Experiment » Saturday Links Said,

    February 7, 2009 @ 5:40 pm

    [...] about creating interactive narratives, much like the “Barack, Paper, Scissors” game I mentioned a few days ago.  Scott singles out The Time Machine as an interesting case study, and Ill try to [...]

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    February 19, 2009 @ 4:36 am

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