Eric Rosenbaum is a Master’s student and ITRI fellow at the MIT Media Lab.
His projects have included Scratch for Second Life, Shake and Play Duplo bricks for experimenting with sound, motion and light, and MmmTsss playful looping software.
Before coming to the Media Lab, Eric did research in auditory neuroscience, created animations for music education, worked on molecular dynamics simulation software for high school science students, and developed augmented reality games for science education. He has an undergraduate degree in psychology and Mind/Brain/Behavior and a Master’s degree in Technology in Education from Harvard University.
Visit Eric’s website and read about his amazing projects.
(Text borrowed from Lifelong Kindergarden)