On the final day of the festival, Kam Star, founder of Digital Shoreditch, reflects on 2 weeks of digital talks and events, and give us some hints about the future of gamification.
Chris Quigley, CEO of Delib, tells us about how government can get people to engage further in democracy by using gaming techniques. Point in case with the game "Angry birds"...
Martha Henson, multimedia producer at the Wellcome Trust, tells us what is the process for developing games which will successfully engage the audience on factual or controversial subjects.
During Digital Shoredtich's "Mobile Hack-a-Jam-a-Mashup-Athon", one of its participant, Craig, tells visionOntv how he's experiencing this intense weekend of brainstorming and hacking.
At Google Campus during Digital Shoredtich's Jam and Hack Day, Sonia Carter, Head of Digital at Kraft talks to visionOntv about the "Mobile Hack-a-Jam-a-Mashup-Athon": 30 hours of hacking where developers compete to deliver the best mobile hack, app or game.
At Digital Shoreditch, photographer Simon Warren talks to visionOntv about his workshop where he trains people how to improve their photography skills for social media, with whatever equipment they have to hand.