Les jeux sérieux sensibilisent aussi à l'environnement Les jeux sérieux (serious games) sont des applications mélangeant des intentions pédagogiques ou encore informatives avec une finalité vidéo ludique. Pour faire simple, un jeu sérieux se doit de rendre attractif n'importe quel sujet. Aujourd'hui, je vous présente une sélection de 10 jeux sérieux consacrés à l'écologie, à l'environnement ainsi qu'au développement durable. 1 - Le Tour du Monde en 80 déchets A destination des plus jeunes (élèves de primaires et collégiens), le jeu est un excellent moyen pour sensibiliser le jeune public au tri des déchets.
Monday, May 17th, 2010 | Posted by Leonard Teo We’re very fortunate to have Christophe Desse , who is working at Naughty Dog in Santa Monica, stop by Gnomon to create a tutorial on Cel Shading in Maya. Stop by Christophe Desse’s website at XTRM3D.com for more of his artwork, free models and more. Part 1: Christophe leads us through how to achieve the cel shaded look for a character without using mental ray. Part 2: How to set up the model and shaders to achieve the cel-shaded look. Part 3: Finishing touches on renders from Maya using Photoshop
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It's a sad day when one of the web's most intelligent game-oriented sites rides off into the sunset. And so it is with Water Cooler Games , operated since 2003 by Georgia Tech prof Ian Bogost and researcher Gonzalo Frasca. Both academics are also accomplished designers of provocative, issue-oriented games. We note the following in the site's RSS feed this morning: Water Cooler Games is now closed. Thanks for reading all these years.
September 23, 2011; Source: Chronicle of Philanthropy | Sometimes change can be unsettling, but it sounds like Facebook’s plans to make some dramatic platform changes could serve as an advantage for those in the nonprofit sector. Facebook announced this week that the way the newsfeed and postings are organized will soon undergo transformation. Instead of presenting a chronological order of updates from friends and “liked” pages, Facebook will soon integrate a system based on algorithms.
A recent posting on the socialissuegames list highlighted a number of online games now available focusing on issues of sustainable development. Most are aimed at youth and young adults, and almost fall into the category of what might be termed “advocacy” or “consciousness raising” games rather than educational simulations—that is, they present a view that highlights key normative, social, and economic issues, but don’t necessarily involve a very detailed or realistic view of how particular economic or policy processes operate. nevertheless, many are quite useful in highlighting what these sorts of serious games can do, and several are quite enjoyable too. I haven’t played through all of them yet, but here is a quick sampler: