Reframing Education Games Through Indigenous Lenses
A panel with creators from various Indigenous communities around the world who will describe their experience in developing educational games and immersive experiences. The conversation will highlight how these creators are infusing teachings and methodologies from their communities into their work. This session is part of the Indigenous Creators Spotlight
Reboot Aotearoa Live Webinar with Dominic Bowden
#visionweekNZ Watch the Reboot NZ Summit! Brought to you from Raglan, this is a special Panel Q and A. Why?: - Provide alternatives to the currently broken systems - Package up keyboard ready projects to power up the new economy - Create 1 million jobs in the weightless economy What are the enabling ideas?: - Cross-Sector Collaboration - bridging the digital divide - Global Voice - NZ leading a new way forward - #buildbackbetter - With intent - Data Ownership - Sovereignty of our digital self Panel: Alice Sanders - Centrapay Vaughan Fergusson - founder of Vend Aaron McDonald - Centrality Brittany Teei - Kids Coin Brooke Howard-Smith Eteroa Lafaele - Voluntarily Amber Taylor - ARA Journeys Andy Higgs - Centrality #visionweekNZ #future #tech #keyboardready #centrapay #vend #centrality #kidscoin #voluntarily #brookhowardsmith #arajourneys
I tēnei hōtaka o Tapatahi, ka kōrero tahi ki a Steele Williams, he kaiwhakahaere karapu, mō ngā whakaritenga ka wātea ana ngā pāparakāuta me ngā karapu ki te tuwhera āpōpō. Ka tuku mai a Julia Whaipooti i ōna whakaaro mō ngā whakahaerenga a te kāwanatanga i te Taumata Ōhiti 2, ā, kia pēhea hoki te tautoko i ngā tamariki i tēnei wā. Ka rongo hoki tātou i a Amber Taylor nō Ara Journeys mō ngā āheinga hokohoko ki Āhia. Ā, ka kōrero ki a Dion Tuuta nō Te Ohu Kaimoana, mō ngā take Tiriti whai muri i te mate korona. On the next episode of Tapatahi, we speak with nightclub owner Steele Williams about what his plans are for tomorrow when bars and clubs are allowed to open. We have Julia Whaipooti who is going to tell us her views on how the government has managed citizens under Level 2 and what support she thinks tamariki need now. We also hear from Amber Taylor from Ara Journeys about new export opportunities in Asia, and we talk to Dion Tuuta from Te Ohu Kaimoana about Treaty relations post Covid-19. https://www.maoritelevision.com/shows/tapatahi/S01E039/tapatahi-episode-39
Amber Taylor 20x20 CWES
Amber Taylor is CoFounder, CEO of ARA Journeys Amber is on a mission to see Māori at the forefront of emerging technology and show the world that indigenous knowledge not only has a place within the tech sector but should underpin every digital kaupapa. She is curious about all emerging technologies and has a particular interest in data, robots, ai and immersive tech. Amber co-founded ARA Journeys in 2018. Inspired by and drawing on mātaurnaga Māori, their award-winning digital platforms utilise AR, MR, XR and AI to achieve the key objectives of connection, education, and exploration. Amber discusses the path she's been on with ARA Journeys which places indigienous culture at the forefront of mobile games. She shares how her daughter takes part and is involved in her work. She is interviewed by Katherine Blaney.
How Can women break into Creative Tech? Girls in Games 2021 - Media Design School
In its 9th year running, we welcomed a new group of excited young women onto the MDS Campus to try their hand at game development for our Girls in Games workshop. From schools across Auckland 50 excited female students joined to collaborate, design, create & programme their own video games. Our keynote speaker Amber Taylor Co-Founder and CEO of ARA Journeys spoke on the viable opportunities that exist in the gaming industry for women players and how we can all inspire more women to choose gaming as a career path. Find out more at www.MediaDesignSchool.com
PRESENTATIONS & EVENT VIDEOS
Storytelling using mobile games in outdoor spaces.