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Microlocal and Geospatial News and Views

Mobile Gaming Ignition
September 17, 2003
/Mike Liebhold

From Anselm Hook: a BBC article,
" Mobile Gaming 'Set to explode'

"Mobile gaming is seen by many as the next big thing, as phones become more powerful and come with colour screens. "This has been a very good year for mobile gaming," said games consultant Robert Tercek. With what's happening in Asia, Europe and North America, we're well on track towards a billion dollar market in 2004,"

For me, this is certainly 'on topic'. Fiction overlaid on reality is a powerful, if not scary and liberating, idea,  ' It's a good thing too, if mobile gaming popularity ignites and begins to generate investment $$ for foundation geo tech:  hot client devices, fast geoservers, smart location sensing networks, open, fast access to vast geolibraries, rendering chips, displays, batteries...



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