Wind Energy Lab
A serious game that aims to teach players about wind farms and wind energy production.
Wind energy lab is a serious game where the player gets to control a wind farm to provide electrical energy to a small town. Through the process of the game, you will have to select the place where your wind park will be installed, select between a number of different wind turbines types to use, as well as operate the wind farm to produce the correct amount of power.
<p class="asset-property"><span class="text-caption">Detailed description:</span> <p>To install and modify this project you can either clone the repository or download it. The game has been developed using the Unity engine and can only be opened with the respective software.</p> <p>Steps to open the source code and assets of the game :</p> <ul> <li>Download and install Unity (<a href="https://unity3d.com/get-unity/download">https://unity3d.com/get-unity/download</a>)</li> <li>Clone or download this repository</li> <li>Open Unity game engine and select by clicking "open", the root folder containing all the assets and project settings.</li> </ul> </p> Through the process of the game, you will have to select the place where your wind park will be installed, select between a number of different wind turbines types to use, as well as operate the wind farm to produce the correct amount of power requested. However, the amount of electricity generated depends on the strength of the wind - if there is no wind, there is no electricity. You will see that maintaining the correct amount of power - not too little, or not too much - while both wind and the power requirements of the town are constantly fluctuating can prove a challenge. Sometimes there will be insufficient power generated even with all available turbines in operation. At other times the power generated will be too great. The aim is to maximise the amount of time that only the correct amount of electricity is generated. This is a Unity3D game project that can be used by teachers to educate elementary or secondary school students about Wind Turbine parks.
Jul 18, 2018
Second version includes changes resulted from the pilots of the first version such as sub-region selection for placing the turbines, bug fixes, etc.
Apache 2.0 (Apache License 2.0)