“Guardians of History”: Pactera EDGE Technologies Develops Audio Adventure for Encyclopedia Britannica

“Guardians of History” is an immersive audio adventure created by Pactera EDGE Technologies in partnership with Encyclopedia Britannica. Their work has been recently recognized by the Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, as a top 25 example of digital transformation within the past year.
“Guardians of History” brings the 250-year-old encyclopedia brand into the 21st century via voice-technology and kid-focused design insights. “Guardians of History” is a kid-friendly and voice-controlled educational application that is designed to work on popular voice-assistant devices such as Google Home and Amazon Echo. The game immerses children in choice-based audio adventures featuring top-secret missions set in various eras from the historical past.
The game is unique in its approach and complex without being confusing. It’s impact on the market has shown great promise and the game appears to be one of the most innovative games-based-learning tools to be releases recently.
To view Pactera EDGE’s digital case study from Scaling Digital: 25 Stories of Innovation visit ISG’s website.
To learn more about Pactera EDGE visit: https://www.pacteraedge.com

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