At Argzero Technologies, we believe in experimentation to create interesting, useful, and innovative solutions to problems people may not know they have or may not know how to solve. You should not feel restricted by the realm of perspectives of only existing technologies and sciences of our modern world but create your own niches, your own solutions, and your own original ideas to approach problems in a new way. This is why we believe in co-disciplinary collaboration. This is different from the MIT Media Lab's anti-disciplinary goals in that instead of finding fields that are outside the normal fields, we propose we should look to the intersection of fields to find new things to work on and create new niches. It is also different from multidisciplinary in that multidisciplinary implies the combination of disparate things to solve a problem. At Argzero Technologies, we believe that all fields have overlap somewhere and that those trained on two fields are best prepared to address the problems overlapping between the two.
This is part of why we do things like game jams. Oftentimes, when you get experimental, not every idea is a good idea. This is exactly why we need to experiment. If we don't experiment we can't learn what works and what doesn't work.
The world as we know it is not set in stone. We have yet to understand much of what makes our world what it is and what will make it what it will be in the future. Certainly we can make predictions, but in the end, we must create tests, experiment with ideas, and think about the unknown to truly come to a fuller understanding of our world and how to make a better place for ourselves in it.
Buying our games will help support our efforts to create a better, more efficient, and more flexible tomorrow, and perhaps to make even more, better games (especially games designed to be accessible to those with disabilities).
You can visit our website to see what we're working on through the landing page at https://argzero.org or you can just go to the main company page at https://argzero.org/tech/. Either way, send us a message if you feel intrigued or inspired! We love hearing from aspiring game designers, scientists, sound designers, and engineers!
We hope you contribute to our cause!