Useful Resources for LARP

The first of the videos for the recent LARP lecture are now up, also slides from the two day event, which will serve as a useful reference point for those that attended the event and for those that were not able to make it but are keen to learn more. Directly below are further research resources you can also follow up; the focus, Live Action Role Play.

 

TITLE   DESCRIPTION   FORMAT UR
Eirik Fatlands blog

 

This blog is about larp dramaturgy,  explaining and exploring how larps are made, and how they can be made better. It's maintained by Eirik Fatland and the occasional guest blogger

  Blog http://larpwright.efatland.com/
Interaction codes

 

This article deals with the concept of interaction codes: sets of player-held assumptions that create patterns in improvisation during a larp.

  Text fate.laiv.org/pub/interactioncodes.htm
Jaakko Stenros

 

Jaakko Stenros Jaakko Stenros (M.Soc.Sc.) works as a game researcher and a doctoral candidate at Game Research Lab (University of Tampere)

  Blog http://jaakkostenros.wordpress.com/
We go by Jeep

 

Games in the Jeep form tradition for download

  Games http://jeepen.org/
Rollspielsakademiet

 

 Webshop with books on larp. We recommend the book Nordic Larp

  Webshop http://rollespilsakademiet.dk/webshop/
Nordic Larp talks

 

Nordic Larp Talks is a series of short, entertaining, thought-provoking and mind-boggling lectures about projects and ideas from the tradition of Nordic Larp.

  Video http://nordiclarptalks.org/
Knutpunkt (2014)

 

Knutepunkt is an annual conference on nordic style larp which has been running since the first event in Norway in 1997. It cycles through each of the nordic countries as hosts; in Sweden it's called Knutpunkt, in Denmark Knudepunkt and in Finland Solmukohta. In English the translation would be meeting point or nodal point.

  Conference  

Principal Investigator - Professor Aylett


Assistant Investigator - Dr Sandy Louchart


Project Research Coordinator - Vivienne Macdonald

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