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Thursday, September 2, 2010

GE lets you kill patients.

That’s what I did anyway. They have a new project out called The GE Show that explains the life cycles of the various systems people use each in their lives each day. The first one covers healthcare, specifically, the life of a hospital. The game above, Patient Shuffle, is part of it, where you have to manage patients by putting them in the right room, etc., in less than three minutes. (Mine bled out on the ER floor.) The rest of the show contains shorts profiles told from a hospital POV, although they likely won’t do much to chill out the people who dread going to hospitals. Given the vibe of the GE Imagination campaign, the concept by The Barbarian Group is played more straightforward and contrasts the work for others that has more of an edge to it.

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