BioWare Founder Plays Video Games With A Tribe In The Amazon Rainforest

I love this. It seems Ray Muzyka, one of the recently departed co-founders of BioWare, recently took a trip to Ecuador and took a jaunt into the Amazon rainforest. After being shown a display of Schuar tribe’s culture — with dance, stories and song — the visitors were asked to share something from their culture back home. Ray Musyka just so happened to have his iPad on him…

After showing off a few photos from Edmonton, Alberta, the tribe and Ray played a whole bunch of Air Hockey on his iPad, as shown in the photo above.

Pretty cool stuff. You can read the full story on Ray Muzyka’s Flickr here.

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