Richard Buday, FAIA is president and founder of Archimage, a 30 year-old design studio. A professional architect by training, Richard and his firm have won more than 50 international awards for design, including: buildings and interiors; broadcast television commercials; illustration and graphic design for corporate identity, magazine covers and print advertisements; websites; and serious video games. Richard has written extensively on the use of computers in design. He also wrote or co-authored more than a dozen articles on the use of video games for health published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Life in the year 2030 was almost perfect. War, crime, hunger and pollution were history. Scientists were on the verge of curing disease when people all over the world started getting sick, and no one knew why. Nanoswarm is based on an action-packed video game that takes tweens on a journey of self-discovery to save a friend — and themselves. Funded by the National Institutes of Health.