What is Gamification?

“The use of game thinking and game mechanics in non-game contexts to engage users in solving problems”

Gamification is transforming business models by creating new ways to extend relationships, craft longer-term engagement, and drive customer and employee loyalty. It works because it leverages the motivations and desires that exist in all of us for community, feedback, achievement and reward. When combined with the latest research on motivation and the big data generated by user interactions, gamification empowers businesses to create true loyalty.


Gamification can help make a large number of space non-professionals understand the complexities involved. As the number of relevant analysts and researchers is less than required, gamification is anticipated to be a game changer in this regard. Ideas like citizen science that once seemed imaginary can be brought to life as it will help understand planet surfaces in a far better way.


Training of Soldiers through gamification has a vast demand across the world. It can be done for individual soldier or small/medium teams with which they can experience real time battle field and get higher exposure. A Military career is surrounded by gamification all the way: You’re a social being, gaining popularity.

Health Care

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The field of medical is the most complicated as one have to learn about each bone and muscle of human body but, too often medical students lose their motivation because of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and a diminished sense of personal accomplishment. They should no longer see their education as a challenge to overcome instead.


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As a planet, we spend 3 billion hours a week playing video games and computer games. If we make it more productive according to the perspective of education, it’ll definitely gives a big positive outcome and change our future. There are three following gaming aspects we can use in educational purposes: Progression.


Many experts agree that gamification technology could be the new standard in the auto industry by 2020 as it’s all about security and safety of the driver. A typical safety app would continuously monitor the driving performance and record any extraordinary event like harsh braking, acceleration, making sharp turns.

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