Animation and Games Computer Design to Build Awareness of Energy Conservation

London Journal of Research in Computer Science and Technology
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Joop Jang , Ratthasak Phommas, Tika Bunnang
Classification: H.5.2
Keywords: energy conservation; awareness; repeat; animation; games computer.
Language: English

This research is to design of animation and games computer to build awareness energy conservation tools, these are one of the ways that contribute to the conservation of energy because the main reason for the problems today is that people are not sufficiently aware of the need to conserve energy. Therefore, the solution to the sustainable energy question lies in educating people so that they will become much more aware of energy conservation issues. The promotion of energy conservation would seek to change people’s behavior the age of 7-12 years old; the process of education should be used to teach people about the importance of sustainability in energy, hereby developing eco-friendly human behavior.



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