Waves

What does a game console look like in the circular economy?
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

300 million games computers. That’s how many have been sold worldwide in the past ten year. An enormous heap of waste! It’s possible to do this differently: gamers take out a subscription. They have this upgraded according to their needs and level. Any components that are no longer needed go to other gamers with a subscription.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Telmen Dzjind
Research: Conny Bakker, Marieke Sonneveld

Contact

telmen.dzjind [at] gmail . com

300 million games computers. That’s how many have been sold worldwide in the past ten year. An enormous heap of waste! It’s possible to do this differently: gamers take out a subscription. They have this upgraded according to their needs and level. Any components that are no longer needed go to other gamers with a subscription.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Telmen Dzjind
Research: Conny Bakker, Marieke Sonneveld

Contact

telmen.dzjind [at] gmail . com

Waves

300 million games computers. That’s how many have been sold worldwide in the past ten year. An enormous heap of waste! It’s possible to do this differently: gamers take out a subscription. They have this upgraded according to their needs and level. Any components that are no longer needed go to other gamers with a subscription.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Telmen Dzjind
Research: Conny Bakker, Marieke Sonneveld

Contact

telmen.dzjind [at] gmail . com

300 million games computers. That’s how many have been sold worldwide in the past ten year. An enormous heap of waste! It’s possible to do this differently: gamers take out a subscription. They have this upgraded according to their needs and level. Any components that are no longer needed go to other gamers with a subscription.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Telmen Dzjind
Research: Conny Bakker, Marieke Sonneveld

Contact

telmen.dzjind [at] gmail . com