Anti-Anti is a multimedia supported pervasive game that was created by secondary school students of the Sint-Lievenscollege Gent (Belgium) to sensitise students for a national day against useless violence. Students participating in this 50 minute game had to search a fictitious murderer in their school through clues provided in mp3-files and video clips.
The Merchant of Venice is an online multi-player game which helps students of Accountancy Studies to learn and practice double-entry bookkeeping in a fun way as players are Venetian merchants in the 15th Century, who have to earn money by trading with foreign countries and to build buildings with their earnings. The game even includes a virtual tax office giving feedback and penalties.
Pocket Anatomy was created in 2009 by eMedia (Ireland) and is a range of medical education applications for mobile devices such as the iPhone. One of its apps is “Pocket Heart”, which visualises how the human heart works in 3D. It features an animated and interactive 3D model of the heart with all of it component parts labelled and detailed. You can discover how each component part works itself and in relation to the rest of the organ, you can manipulate the 3D images and you can test yourself with quizzes.
Patient Safety - Mildred's Story is a film based on real life experiences that follows elderly patient Mildred from suffering a stroke, through a number of experiences in hospital to a final life-threatening incident. This fictional story is aimed primarily at student doctors to explore and discuss patient safety issues and to provide tools for dealing with problems.