Non-formal education and Gamification

Mindspace uses gamification technics in non-formal education and event organization to make interest, raise awareness and involve citizens and children in the field of environmental education, cultural projects and smart city related topics.

Non-formal education: any organised educational activity outside the established formal system – whether operating separately or as an important feature of some broader activity – that is intended to serve identifiable learning clienteles and learning objectives. -

"Gamification is the use of game thinking and game mechanics in non-game contexts to engage users in solving problems and increase users' contributions. Gamification uses an empathy-based approach (such as Design thinking) for introducing, transforming and operating a service system that allows players to enter a gameful experience to support value creation for the players and other stakeholders. Gamification techniques strive to leverage people's natural desires for socializing, learning, mastery, competition, achievement, status, self-expression, altruism, or closure. Early gamification strategies use rewards for players who accomplish desired tasks or competition to engage players. " - Wikipedia

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Danube related tools and games
- vizakirakó (Pisztránkör)
- Duna dobálós
- Duna hidak
- víz memóriajáték
- Duna kvíz
- Vízcsepp élete

Smart city related tools and games
- Ökomata (nem tudom kinek az alapötlete)
- Smart city térképes játék
- Urban game 2014

We wanted to bring together people around the neighbourhood for one more time to enjoy a nice breakfast with live music, join our sustainability workshops with Verkstaden and Durca, and come with us for a historic walk around the area.


We kicked off the new season by reimagining BRFK Gallery. The new place, called Rákócity became an urban lab with exhibitions and project focusing on the neighbourhood. The first event was Rákóczi Rekreáció, a "recreational center". We filled up the place with donated plants, heaters, nice smells and some hot tea.


With a little rest after Rákóczi Vacation we continued some of our already existing project and started planning for the new ones for the second half of the year. The fall-winter season was almost as busy and exciting as the summer.


Beginning with March 2018, we straightened out our winter visions; lined up Rákóczi Cartel, signed lease contracts, whitewashed, cleaned up and moved in the vacant stores around Rákóczi Market.


After the autumn defibrillation of Rákóczi Square we were already pondering about the future of the Market Hall’s neighborhood and on how to open up possibilities for the revived community.