Jesse Schell talks with GamesBeat about a wide range of possibilities for the future of gaming, from eye-tracking to Google Glass. And he has a new crowdsourced gaming idea.
When Jesse Schell talks, the game industry listens. A talk he gave at the Dice Summit in 2010 garnered hundreds of thousands of views as he talked about the logical extension of spreading game rewards beyond games. This year, the professor of entertainment technology at Carnegie Mellon University has elaborated on that vision in talks on a topic he calls The Pleasure Revolution.