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Data games presenation at øredev 2013

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Short introduction to the topic of data games. Data games are games that allow the player to freely play with real-world data so as to explore and learn from it. …

Short introduction to the topic of data games. Data games are games that allow the player to freely play with real-world data so as to explore and learn from it.

Read more at data-games.org

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  • 1. Data games Øredev, November 7, 2013, Malmö Marie Gustafsson Friberger Department of Computer Science Malmö University
  • 2. How can we engage people to understand and make sense of this data?
  • 3. p://www.flickr.com/photos/pneumatic_transpo 2346993608/ data-games?
  • 4. Data games Games that allow the player to freely play with real-world data so as to explore and learn from it. With some automatic conversion of data from external sources into a form suitable for playing with (precedural content generation).
  • 5. Open Data Monopoly
  • 6. OpenTrumps
  • 7. Bar Chart Ball
  • 8. Next steps • Further develop prototypes so that they can be evaluated, to learn who enjoys playing them, what they learn, etc. • Look at automatic integration of data from new sources as well as how to transform data to be playable, interesting and possible to learn about. • Find more partners!
  • 9. data-games.org Marie Gustafsson Friberger Julian Togelius Malmö University IT University, Copenhagen marie.friberger@mah.se julian@togelius.com @mariegus @togelius Thanks to students who have developed data games: Andrew Borg Cardona, Michele Ermacora, Anders Mousten, Martin Møller Jensen,Virgil-Alexandu Tanase and Ulrik Brøndsted