Cities’ Tamagotchi Trees Would Game The Urban Environment
Massive real-world multi-player experience aims to bring climate change back into the public's conversation.
A few months ago Daniel Stark of Stark Design responded to PSFK’s Future of Gaming Report by concepting an interactive public experience that would help city inhabitants contribute to their gaming. The idea behind the Realitree was that people in places like Times Square and Trafalgar Square could find a huge projected tree — the health of which would be dependent on local factors such as pollution and targeted green efforts. The concept won the attention of the Climate Reality Project and Stark got to meet Al Gore at a special event that was hosted by PSFK.
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