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"A game developer friend of mine recently hired a translation agency to translate his latest game into Japanese. I offered to skim through it and make sure everything was okay†¦ and it turned out to be a sheer disaster." ...
We are entering a new geological era: the anthropocene, in which human activity is a dominant influence on earth's geology and environment. At Dutch Design Week, a special edition of our Good Design for a Bad World series will ask if design can harness this phenomenon to prevent global catastrophe, writes Marcus Fairs. Read more
In this GDC 2016 session, Blizzard Entertainment's Erin Catto explores how to solve collision problems in game programming. ...
Architects must consider not just the environmental, but the social and economic repercussions of building in places at risk from climate change, urges Jesse M Keenan, co-author of a recent study into Climate Gentrification. Read more
Of the many people who receive artificial hips, approximately 10 percent will require replacement surgery within 10 to 15 years. This is due to a condition called osteolysis, in which the adjacent bone deteriorates, causing the implant to loosen. Soon, however, it may be possible to determine who will develop the condition, via a urine test... Continue Reading Artificial hip problems could
When is it appropriate to tackle real-world issues in games? How can game designers do so effectively, and respectfully? ...
In this GDC 2018 session, Ubisoft's Damien Kieken and Roman Campos Oriola discuss the story behind For Honor as it traveled from beta, through its launch, to its first post-launch year. ...
In this GDC 2013 session, veteran game designer Warren Spector goes over his personal view of the unique role narratives play in interactive entertainment. ...
If you're a bicycle commuter, then it's entirely likely that you regularly encounter a pothole, etc that makes you say "Why doesn't the city do something about this?". Well, first they have to know about it – and the Flare headlight is designed to tell them...Continue Reading Smart bike light drops "Flares" on road problemsCategory: BicyclesTags: bike lights Cycling Head
the ROBOAT project investigates urban waterways monitoring the environment, providing transportation and enabling self-assembling bridges and other urban infrastructures.The post autonomous fleet of ‘ROBOATS’ to occupy amsterdam in bid to solve complex urban problems appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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