Preview: Energy-Themed Video Games
Video games have become a huge part of life in the U.S. Gaming technology has advanced at an incredible rate, and today anyone can immerse themselves in warfare, become a rock star, or win the World Series, albeit virtually. But what if video games could also teach people about energy efficiency or environmental concerns?
Correspondent Lee Patrick Sullivan plugged into a new type of video game that could help people make better energy choices and potentially create real-world energy solutions.
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