Mar 10, 2010 I don’t understand Posted in: Life & Culture I saw this today while walking back to the dorm. Can anybody enlighten me? Comments (Closed after 30 days to reduce spam) That is very odd but i do admit that it looks fun. Posted by: Brad on March 10, 2010 fake body slams? Posted by: JF "14? on March 10, 2010 Ummm... IDK hahahaha. I'm rethinking my interest for MIT having watched that video.... jk. Posted by: Anonymous '14? on March 10, 2010 Can someone enlighten me, too? Posted by: tree on March 10, 2010 This Is indeed ... weird Posted by: Ammar on March 10, 2010 This is an acting exercise for 21M.600, where students are paired up to train their voice, which can come from different parts of the body. I think the voice is supposed to come from the stomach for this exercise.. Posted by: llam on March 10, 2010 I think the girl (in black at extreme left) who is directin' all this is trying to make something out — probably a new game. Or something a bit more complicated — brain and cognitive sc. stuff — you select people at random and as they try to make a good show together (she yells!) just map their brains. Shows how quickly two brains accomodate within a system, recognise their environment and react. I realise that it's not simple. It's not like solving a problem together. How do you know when the other person is gonna start? It's more than just senses. It's a subtle interplay of perception, judgment, and reasoning. It's cognitive. Other possibilities — stress remover, effect of obesity on self control, testing shoes, MIT people can be really crazy! reCAPTCHA: behead studio (possible!) :D Posted by: mrmish on March 10, 2010 @mrmish Dude, you're thinking too much. I recommend you check out Hamsika's List Posted by: Ammar'14 on March 10, 2010 What is up with the drug dealer busted website that you put? (Link comes up in the admissions blogs main page)... lol that is pretty hardcore Posted by: 0 on March 10, 2010 whatever it is, snives, you wanna get together and do that tomorrow afternoon after class? Posted by: Jess on March 10, 2010 the one at the end is hilarious! Posted by: 0 on March 10, 2010 Interesting. I would love to partake in such activities next year if I could. A rousing game on the field would be a nice way to use my loquacious personality in a more informal setting. Posted by: Jeremy '14(?) on March 11, 2010 @Jerem '14(?) Same here, except for me it would be more to allow my normally-contained-in-public-but-occasionally-loud-and-rambunctious personality some running room Well, we'll know soon, right? I think my English class is getting tired of me putting the countdown on random bits of the whiteboard...heeheehee... lol, ReCaptcha: voucher April Posted by: Amethyst ('14?) on March 11, 2010 Forgot to make my other comment: It's like a scene from some serene and perfect quirky-intellectual's childhood! :D Posted by: Amethyst ('14?) on March 11, 2010 Aaaah, that's me!!! Intro to Acting ROCKS! Posted by: 0 on March 11, 2010 Just to clarify Ham's comment, 21M.600 is Intro to Acting. And yes, this is an exercise from that class. Posted by: 0 on March 11, 2010 My request is addresse for e-learning in the africans countries and the landing.THANKS Posted by: YACOUBA TRAORE on March 11, 2010 would love to join them too! :^D Posted by: Yvette'14 on March 12, 2010 Looks like a meet and greet kinda thing Posted by: Ehsan Ghandhari on March 12, 2010 Comments have been closed.