Inside the TIFF Kids digiPlaySpace

Top: Elements by Design I/O, image courtesy of TIFF

The TIFF Kids digiPlaySpace is an annual exhibit run in conjunction with the TIFF Kids International Film Festival that seeks to foster a sense of creativity, accessibility, and discovery with a variety of innovative interactive art pieces. With 25 unique installations from 9 different countries, guests are encouraged explore technology in a way that blurs the line between virtual and physical reality, and the hands-on displays are sure to capture the imaginations kids and parents alike.

Dork Shelf’s Chris Demelo spoke with digiPlaySpace curator Nick Pagee and took a look at some of the best offerings in a series of interviews from the floor of this year’s exhibit. Take a look to see what the demonstration has to offer, and be sure to check out the digiPlaySpace while it’s in Toronto!

The 2016 TIFF Kids digiPlaySpace runs until April 24 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto.

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