Qmod

energy game designed for kids

Qmod is an energy game designed for kids (10-15) to learn the fundamentals of harvesting and experimenting with clean energy.

The platform consists of easy-to-use modules guided by an educational game, where players are challenged to learn and apply different methods of energy harvesting towards creating a city of the future.

f.l.t.r.: Cedric Ceulemans, Sven Ebens, Dana Cannam

Facts

Founder:

Dana Cannam

Team:

Cedric Ceulemans,
Sven Ebens

Start:

2014

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