Category Archives: Serious Gaming

Games that are not just for fun e.g. eHealth, traffic management, tourism etc.

Three Jobs Available at LIST

At LIST we currently have three positions available for talented researchers and software engineers. These are: Researcher in Mixed Reality Training Environments Software Engineer in Mixed Reality Applications Computer Science Engineer for Web-Based Content Applications The positions are attached to … Continue reading

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Draft of Book Chapter: Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Games

A draft of a chapter looking at Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Games, gamified applications, pervasive and persuasive games. Written by myself and Lynne Baillie of Heriot Watt University. The chapter is scheduled to appear in 2017 in: Handbook of … Continue reading

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Ethics in Serious Games

I was recently involved in co-authoring a book chapter which looked at the often difficult subject of ethics in serious games. What’s more when you add applications that seek to change behaviour to the  equation such as persuasive games or gamified applications … Continue reading

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Gamification Papers

I’ve updated my publication list and have added some more papers on gamification, you can find a list of them below. The papers cover in-car systems, vehicular networks and also present a way of using gamification in the design and … Continue reading

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VW SmileDrive

Google and VW have teamed up to gamify driving, by giving points for driving more than 100 miles or when passing another VW driver – you can see where the latter is going in terms of branding and gamification 🙂 … Continue reading

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