Read the article “Level-up life: how gaming can enhance your reality” by Sally Adee in the New Scientist.

IT WAS mid-January and the roads in New York were slick with ice. I was driving aimlessly in search of a parking space when, while turning an especially tight bend, I went into a sickening sideways skid and headed straight for a row of snow-covered cars. I wasn’t expecting what happened next. Without thinking about what I was doing, I twisted the wheel in a way that I had never done before. It worked: I came out of the skid and drove away unscathed. Read more

Cover of 24 December 2011 issue of New Scientist magazine

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