LANL’s VISIBLE Team Teaches Los Alamos Teens The Art And Science Of Creating Video Games

Travis Burkett, right, and other members of Los Alamos National Laboratory’s ‘VISIBLE Team’ (Virtual Simulation BaseLine Experience) were at the Los Alamos Teen Center Friday to teach the art and science of creating video games. ‘It’s for serious purposes but we basically make video games at the Lab,’ Burkett said. ‘We’re trying to get kids interested in artistic careers. This is a field that is only going to grow.’ Team members not in photo include Giovanni Sabella, David Dunn, Elise Elfman and Adan Patino. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

LANL’s ‘VISIBLE Team’ members Travis Burkett, David Dunn, Elise Elfman, Adan Patino and Giovanni Sabella teach youth Friday afternoon at the Los Alamos Teen Center the art and science of creating video games. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

Local youth are treated to a lesson Friday in the art and science of creating video games at the Los Alamos Teen Center by LANL’s ‘VISIBLE Team’ members Travis Burkett, David Dunn, Elise Elfman, Adan Patino and Giovanni Sabella. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

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