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Researchers develop a game that could improve your focus
Fan engagement is taken online, as a UK football team creates their own virtual players to compete online.
A games company has added new dimensions to the three-dimensional puzzle cube with sensors, connectivity and an app
A startup launches a voice-augmented board game that connects with Amazon’s Alexa and provides users with a multimedia experience.
A new tool builds savings for gamers as they earn achievements while playing video games.
A new game helps to teach people to recognise and avoid disinformation and fake news
A new app helps promote the connection between train and subway services and the São Paulo art museum.
New headset is clinically proven to improve focus, calmness and self-control.
Sea Hero Quest tracks potential early signs of dementia, with two minutes of game play equating to five hours of lab-based research.
This app asks user’s friends if they want to play a game of football, telling them their exact location.
AI-enabled Woogie answers questions, plays interactive games and has the ability to engage in conversation.
The Godfather of video games is being turned into a real-life physical form game that also doubles up as a retro coffee table.
The Qmod Energy Kit teaches children about everyday sources of power and includes a card game and tips for running experiments, including coding.
Add / Remove British Land has released a smartphone adventure that will give visitors to its 18 nationwide shopping centres the chance to go on an Easter egg hunt. Using augmented reality through a smartphone, users will be able to set off on a family adventure around the shopping centres in search of golden eggs. […]
Add / Remove Using AR mechanics not unlike Pokemon GO!, Snatch is the latest iOS and Android game that encourages users to go on a real-life treasure hunt seeking digital collectables. The main difference here is that once parcels have been collected, users have to keep them safe for six hours from other players out […]
Social marketing agency FCB created Tug of Hope to connect children in different locations and circumstances as a way of celebrating shared humanity.
A US-based website is designed to encourage its readership to empathise with those on the other side of the fence.
Online gaming makes getting a workout fun, allowing people to compete on a leaderboard and play online games with others that mimic real-life motions.
A new gaming innovation allows players to donate to microloan payments and developers to boost their revenue at the same time.
The award-winning LIFE game from an Oxford University team uses VR to teach healthcare professionals emergency medical care for newborns in distress.
A multiplayer game app teaches children about anti-discrimination through soccer.