I was chatting with folk about Playstation’s announcements yesterday at the E3 conference, being most impressed with the newly proclaimed openness for indie game designers. Someone on Facebook (Josh?) gently corrected me, pointing out quite rightly that the most exciting development in open game design space is the OUYA, especially as it is built on open source code for the Android. It is also dirt cheap, was crowdfunded on Kickstarter and was the most successful crowdfunding campaign at the time. This is important, folk. If you haven’t checked it out already, you should.
Meanwhile, in healthcare, one of the barriers to full adoption of health gaming is the cost to enter the market for something that is likely to not bring much in the way of financial return. Well, here’s your chance. This is the platform to explore.