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Re-Mission Devs Launch Fitness-Focused Ruckus Nation

HopeLab, a nonprofit group who previously designed the Re-Mission game for children with cancer, have announced the launch of Ruckus Nation, an online idea competition that challenges participants to create a game concept or technology-focus
The nonprofit group HopeLab, who last year designed Re-Mission, a game for children with cancer, has just launched its next initiative, an online idea competition titled Ruckus Nation. The competition challenges participants to create a video game concept or high-tech product idea that will increase physical activity in kids, with $75,000 to be awarded to the winning concept. HopeLab says it will develop one or more of the winning ideas into prototypes that can be tested to determine their efficacy, and successful prototypes will be turned into real products for distribution. “Ruckus Nation is catalytic. Great ideas will be transformed into real products that get kids moving,” said HopeLab President Pat Christen. “Experience tells us that combining great ideas with top-notch research leads to innovative solutions.”

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