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Marleigh Norton

 Marleigh Norton is lead interaction designer for the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab
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Marleigh Norton is lead interaction designer for the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab, a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the government of Singapore to explore new directions for the development of games as a medium. GAMBIT emphasizes the creation of video game prototypes to demonstrate the group's research as a complement to traditional academic publishing. She designed educational-augmented reality games at the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program and worked as an interaction designer for the Waterford Research Institute. Norton's specialties include human-computer interaction, user interface design, educational games, games for children, location-based gaming, augmented reality and experimental input devices.

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