Your Sims Addiction Could Translate Into Some Real-World Skills

Have you ever played a little game called Sims? Well, it turns out all those hours you may or may not have spent crafting relationships, hobbies, careers, and even houses could actually translate into some real-world knowledge. New research suggests that gaming technology can simultaneously yield tangible benefits. And whilst playing the Sims may not give you the real-world equivalent of an architecture degree, players can still learn a thing or two about design. 

The Daily spoke with Dr. Russell Low from UNSW Built Environment who researches the application of gaming technologies in architecture.

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