Pervasive , Persuasive Gaming for Energy Conservation

@inproceedings{Gremaud2013PervasiveP,
  title={Pervasive , Persuasive Gaming for Energy Conservation},
  author={Pascal Gremaud},
  year={2013}
}
This paper analyzes different existing projects about pervasive persuasive games for energy conservation. The design, pervasiveness, persuasion methods and long term results are discussed for each of them. by comparing them on different aspects, some points appear more valuable than other to achieve long term goals. A set of important elements for a successful game is then derived from the comparison of the projects. It appears that in order to reach the long term goal, such a game should… CONTINUE READING

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