The Nature Conservancy, UVA, and Azure Worldwide are building a Texas watershed simulation to demonstrate how community stakeholders can work together to pursue innovative solutions.
GE Power and Water organized gameplay for top suppliers and customers to demonstrate how the visualization of information and stakeholder collaboration can support business innovation.
Philippe Cousteau and Azure Worldwide collaborate with UVA in developing the UVA Bay Game to create a computer-based interactive multi-media game for serious applications.
UVA Bay Game's platform, friendly user interface, and rich databases allow young students to explore decision-making and stakeholder interaction.
UVA Computing for Sustainable Water, one of three water projects chosen for IBM's World Community Grid, is a large-scale simulation that conducted 19M experiments in management practices for watershed conservation.
NOAA featured the UVA Bay Game at its first multi-agency games summit.
Prototype watershead simulation
The UVA Bay Game demonstrates the potential for these innovative tools to change policy-making and enviromental educaton through visualization of
the interaction of human behavior and ecosystem processes.