Information in Place

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Information in Place
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Basic Information
Company Type
Video game developer
Video games

Information in Place, Inc. (IIPI) is a serious game developer and e-learning company. Since its inception, the company has worked with several public and private organizations to enhance learning through innovative instructional methods and technologies.[citation needed]

IIPI has developed or is in the process of developing hazmat games,[1] K-16 serious games,[2] space games[3] and a virtual Congress game.[4]

Subsidiaries[edit | edit source]

  • On March 5, 2009, IIPI announced the acquisition of WisdomTools, a venture-backed company that was the first spin-out of Indiana University. IIPI acquired all the assets and customer contracts of WisdomTools, Inc. and formed WisdomTools, LLC, which is a single member limited liability corporation.[5][6][7]
  • In March 2008, IIPI founded Holutions, Inc., a C corporation, lead by Matthew Burton, M.D. for the purposes of offering health care solutions in workflow and training areas to hospitals.

Serious game announcements[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Hazmat Games from IIPI's website
  2. K-16 Serious Games from IIPI
  3. Space Games from IIPI
  4. Virtual Congress from IIPI
  5. Chaplin, Steve (2009-03-05). IU's first venture spin-outs merge, earn high-profile contracts with NASA, NSF. Indiana University. Retrieved on 2009-03-05
  6. Pratt, Wayne (2009-03-06). IU Spin-Outs Merge. Grow Media Ventures. Retrieved on 2009-03-06
  7. Information in Place, Inc. (2009-03-05). Information in Place Acquires WisdomTools, Inc.. Information in Place, Inc.. Retrieved on 2009-03-05
  8. NASA MMO from NASA
  9. Gaudiosi, John (2009-02-18). NASA Unveils New Online Game: Agency aims to reinvigorate youth interest in space exploration.. Yahoo! Games. Retrieved on 2009-03-05
  10. Big Download Staff (2009-02-19). Feature: First look at NASA's Unreal Engine 3 based MMO. Big Download. Retrieved on 2009-03-05
  11. NASA MMO To Run On Unreal 3; Information in Place and Big Stage Also On Board. Virtual Worlds News (2009-02-19). Retrieved on 2009-03-05

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