How to Win At Life: Top 5 Ways to Gamify Everything

Home > Technology
By Shannon in Technology
Updated 3 years ago

At speeds in excess of 200 mph, Formula 1 drivers can't afford to make mistakes. They need to know every corner of every track, memorize the optimal race line and spend hours practicing. But F1 cars are fragile, multimillion-dollar beasts and their gas is jet-fuel expensive. So they practice with driving controllers and games like Codemaster's F1 series. Pilots, musicians, athletes all use some sort of game to hone their skills away from the plane, the stage, or the field. But that's the tip of the iceberg, and just about every aspect of our lives can be enjoyed or enriched via a video game-like experience.