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Boho Interactive, Singapore

Over 2016-19, Boho Interactive was commissioned by the Earth Observatory Singapore (EOS), a research institution based at Nanyang Technological University, to produce a series of new games exploring natural hazards. EOS brought Boho to Singapore to build a series of new games about natural disaster crises – volcanic unrest or an approaching typhoon.

In early 2019, these games were installed at the Singapore Science Centre, where facilitators present them for groups of secondary school students and the general public.

This work supports the EOS mission to use research on earth systems to foster safer societies. Players gain an appreciation of how earth science can help better inform decisions about keeping people safer in the face of natural hazards.

Boho Interactive is a collective of Australian artists and game designers who create interactive performances and games exploring concepts from systems science, complexity theory, resilience thinking, game theory and network theory.

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