ᔥ Eric Jensen on Twitter: “Getting really excited about @questacon ‘s Cyber Castle challenge using #MinecraftEDU. It’s looking like a great way to get our learners interested in cyber security and safety. Get on it. https://t.co/F1PoxdM6Zl” / Twitter ()in
the students arrange the sensors into a “public art piece” in the lobby – a table covered in sensors spelling out “NO!,” surrounded by Sharpie annotations decrying the program.
Meanwhile, students are still furious. It’s not just that the sensors are invasive, nor that they are scientifically incoherent, nor that they cost more than a year’s salary – they also emit lots of RF noise that interferes with the students’ own research.