Jenga creator Leslie Scott has recently taken to the stage at TEDxVienna to deliver a talk titled ‘When the odds are stacked against you, keep it simple’.
The session sees Scott reveal the surprising complexity that emerges when we play a game by a few simple rules, explaining why we find playful experiences not just fun, but profound and rewarding, and possibly instructive, too.
Check out the talk below:
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