I've just been sitting outside the Royal Festival Hall on the South Bank watching adults and children alike run in and out of the 'fountain rooms' on the terrace. It looks fun. In fact it is…

When we ran the Actions Speak Louder awards, one of the top criteria set by the young judges for winning projects was that they must be fun.

How much fun will there be at the Youth Summit conference over the next two days?

One of the reasons I'm keen to find good visualisations for the information that we gather through Youth Summit Live is that visualisation have the potential of making information processing, if not fun, a lot more interesting. But should we be going further? Should we be exploring how games can play a role in events like the Youth Summit?

Anyone know any good games to play at conferences (buzzword bingo aside…)?