Through the years of brown and grey to the lens flares of yore, video game graphics have gone from pixelated concepts of objects to uncanny valley micro-emotions. But what would have happened if photorealism didn't win out? What would have happened if game developers didn't rally together to breathe realistic life into every screenshot or E3 demo?
The potential uses for video games in medical fields are boundless. Every year, individuals are developing interactive softwares for use in the health care industry that are on the verge of groundbreaking in their approach to treatment, research, and prevention. And yet the games we see in this 'serious games' sector are so far removed... Continue Reading →