In the skin of an Uber driver
The sharing economy has led to small changes in various economic sectors such as transportation, housing, etc. This approach has changed the relationship of citizens for different services, now cheaper and offered by their fellow citizens. However, who actually benefits from this new economy? The people or the companies in question? A U.S. newsgame shows how the life of Uber drivers isn't as lucrative as one might think.
Englishes - MOOC
The Englishes MOOC course was developed by an artist and is designed for anyone interested in the (English) language. It explores the history of English, its pronunciation, and its relationship to the art world.
Develop your musical ear through play with Meludia
To a layman, music is just a tune performed by a musician. Yet, if he were to play Meludia, he would learn all the rudiments and terms associated with musical practice.
A series of games that require an ear.
A multiplayer game designed for people with disabilities
Video games designed for people with disabilities are already a rare resource. An experience that allows multiple players is even rarer. Yet this latest creation from "Ludociels for All" challenges players to light up an entire maze by walking balls of light.
Violence in our societies
Republican societies have left the right to violence to the police. However, the latter sometimes abuse this monopoly. In an increasingly tense social context in France and elsewhere, what should we think of modern violence? A professor of philosophy tries to answer.