Posts tagged with 'games'
Do you think gaming is a waste of time? You may be surprised to learn that some games can teach us about urban design and help solve real world problems. Photo by Wolfgang Staudt/Flickr.
Friday Fun: Gaming for more sustainable cities
Three billion hours per week are spent playing online games worldwide. Though the prevalence of online games has drawbacks, what if some of this time spent gaming could improve the way our cities are designed? The prevalence of games in ...
Friday Fun: Urbanology by the BMW Guggenheim Lab
Friday Fun: Urbanology by the BMW Guggenheim Lab
The BMW Guggenheim Lab released an online urban planning game, “Urbanology,” as a platform to explore urban issues. Urbanology was developed by Local Projects, and the physical design was created by Zones Urbaines Sensibles. Each player assumes the role of a decision maker ...
The Sims Test-Drive Electric Vehicles: What Does it Mean for the Real World?
The Sims Test-Drive Electric Vehicles: What Does it Mean for the Real World?
“Today it is no longer the world that must adjust to the automobile; it’s the automobile that must adapt to people.” That’s an official quote from French automaker Renault, which yesterday announced it has partnered with Electronic Arts Inc. to ...
Friday Fun: Gridlock Buster
Friday Fun: Gridlock Buster
Via Planetizen, here’s a mostly fun and I think actually educational game from the University of Minnesota where you have to serve as traffic engineer, setting the red and green lights to keep traffic moving smoothly. As has been said, ...