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== Oranisms that can participate in a Game ==
 
== Oranisms that can participate in a Game ==
  
Euglena
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Euglena (René)
  
[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Axolotl]]
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[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Axolotl]] (Maike, Sarah)
  
(Wild) Pigeons
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(Wild) Pigeons (René)
  
[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Ants]]
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[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Ants]] (Maud, Sarah)
  
[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Snails]]
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[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Snails]] ((Maud, Sarah, Julius)
  
Bacteria
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Bacteria (Maike)
  
Slimemold
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Slimemold (Dominik)
  
Flies
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Flies (Julius)
  
Artemia salina (Sea monkey/"Yps urzeitkrebs")
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Artemia salina (Sea monkey/"Yps urzeitkrebs") (Yorrick, Joachim)
  
Jellyfish
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Jellyfish (Sarah, Julius)
  
Plants
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Plants (Yorrick, Joachim)
  
Rodents (Rats/Mice)
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Rodents (Rats/Mice) (Dominik)
  
Crickets (Grillen)
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Crickets (Grillen) (Maud)
  
Midgets "Larven"
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Midgets "Larven"  
  
[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Beetles]]
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[[GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Beetles]] (Maike)
  
 
== Cathegories==
 
== Cathegories==

Revision as of 09:08, 18 April 2017

Oranisms that can participate in a Game

Euglena (René)

GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Axolotl (Maike, Sarah)

(Wild) Pigeons (René)

GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Ants (Maud, Sarah)

GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Snails ((Maud, Sarah, Julius)

Bacteria (Maike)

Slimemold (Dominik)

Flies (Julius)

Artemia salina (Sea monkey/"Yps urzeitkrebs") (Yorrick, Joachim)

Jellyfish (Sarah, Julius)

Plants (Yorrick, Joachim)

Rodents (Rats/Mice) (Dominik)

Crickets (Grillen) (Maud)

Midgets "Larven"

GMU:Lebendige_Spiele:Beetles (Maike)

Cathegories

Sensing

  • What do we have to do in order to see/feel/hear/smell them?
  • Is there any way to make them look particularly beautiful/interesting/intense?

Communication

  • What can we do in order to make them react to us?
  • How fast, how strong, how predictable is that reaction?

Space

  • Which kind of space would they work together well with?

Signs

  • What associations to you have to them? / Do they have any metaphoric value?

Ethics/ Living Conditions

  • What do we have to provide/avoid in order to treat them "right"?

Logistics

  • How can we get them? /How much do they cost?
  • Do we need any special equippment for them?
  • How long can we keep them?
    • In an exhibition setting?
    • In our lab?