About BEWe are developing a new online 3D environment for young people fighting cancer to meet and learn together and from each other.
- "The pain and isolation of dealing with a cancer diagnosis are challenging emotional experiences for adults. Now imagine getting that diagnosis as an adolescent." -- from Stanford School of Medicine's Scope piece on BE
Monthly Archives: October 2010
As some of you may have read we got to do a litte talk at the Future of Health Innovation a few days ago. The Stanford Daily was there and did a little interview with us: Imagine a virtual world … Continue reading
This coming Tuesday we have been given an opportunity to present the BE community at the two-day conference Future of Health Innovation at Stanford University. The conference will examine and showcase new innovative ways to optimize the health care system, … Continue reading
One of the things we discuss a lot in this project is how to make the most of 3D. The spatial and sensory experience of 3D spaces gives an experience of presence and immediacy that impacts the experience of interaction … Continue reading
The brain games from Morphionix are really excellent examples of how very complex and abstract information on the works of the brain may be taught in engaging and comprehensive ways to children and teens. We can definitely learn something in … Continue reading
For those of you reading Danish this small guest blog from Mette might be a fun read. – On how we got started and the Stanford Experience Fra idé til virkelighed — Blogs fra Videnskabsministeriet.
Teenagers and young adults with cancer have unique needs to be met. Learn more from this international charter and help ensure their right to age-appropriate support and access to quality cancer care. Please help preserve their potential! International Charter of … Continue reading