Electronic devices can spark kids' creativity, says Stéphane Magnenat from the Game Technology Center. But doing so requires apps that bridge the real and virtual worlds.
Could "Fortnite" be losing its mojo?
It looks like a video game, but it's not. it's a 3-D map of the buildings, roads and land in 1815 baltimore, created by
In the early 1800s, you could walk the city of Baltimore in an evening. Thanks to researchers from UMBC, who have created a 3-D digital model of Baltimore circa 1815, you can see an approximation of what that walk would have ...
For the first time since its meteoric rise, "Fortnite" is no longer a no-doubt victory royale atop the video game industry.
With its Lego-like avatars and easy-to-learn coding for budding programmers, the online gaming app Roblox has cornered the market in younger gamers, with 80 million monthly users, many of them under 16.
College students looking to share a ride for a weekend getaway, a trip home or a spring break vacation now have a new option from a Purdue University-affiliated startup.
Research from the University of Kent has revealed that walking simulations are blurring the boundaries of different art forms to create a new literary genre.