Open-Source Game

Game and competition-based innovations feature open-source software

Implications - Brands that specialize in gaming tech, in everything from sports to analog and electronic games, are increasingly offering open-source software that allows users to personalize their games at whim. The result is a multi-benefit research tool in which brands are able to better learn the preferences of their customers, while customers enjoy customized gamification with the added advantage of personal skill development.
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Modular Portable Game Consoles - The 'GameShell' Portable Console Lets You Play and Modify Games
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This Quarter and Hot 849 Clicks Pub: Nov 27, 17
Modular Portable Game Consoles
The 'GameShell' Portable Console Lets You Play and Modify Games
The ‘GameShell’ portable game console comes as a modular, customizable piece of technology that will enable users to play and modify their favorite retro games. Looking like a retro... [More]
Kid-Focused 3D Printers - 'Yeehaw' Lets Kids Select and Print Their Own Toys
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Warm 922 Clicks Pub: Nov 29, 16
Kid-Focused 3D Printers
'Yeehaw' Lets Kids Select and Print Their Own Toys
3D printing is often thought of as a technologically advanced practice, but developments in additive manufacturing have made it simpler than ever, and the Yeehaw 3D printer is an example. The device... [More]
Open-Source Digital Games - The 'RouLED' Game Platform Offers Eight Different Games to Play
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Average 456 Clicks Pub: Nov 30, 16
Open-Source Digital Games
The 'RouLED' Game Platform Offers Eight Different Games to Play
Board games often only allow for one or two ways to play a game at most, so the ‘RouLED’ is a new kind of board game platform that will enable an array of different games to play.... [More]
Open-Source Sport Robots - The 'BADDY' Badminton Robot is Suitable for Players of All Skill Levels
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This Year and Average 553 Clicks Pub: Jul 28, 17
Open-Source Sport Robots
The 'BADDY' Badminton Robot is Suitable for Players of All Skill Levels
The ‘BADDY’ Badminton Robot is an open source device that will automatically work to provide serves during games to eliminate the need for a partner or as a means to ensure each round... [More]
Open-Source Fitness Trackers - The 'Aidlab' Chest Straps Keep Track of Multiple Health Data Points
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This Year and Mild 457 Clicks Pub: Feb 26, 17
Open-Source Fitness Trackers
The 'Aidlab' Chest Straps Keep Track of Multiple Health Data Points
The ‘Aidlab’ chest straps are designed with health-focused individuals in mind to offer them an effective way to keep track of their health. The ‘Aidlab’ device works by... [More]
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