Introduction to Video Game Development Seminar
Ever wanted to make your own video game or get your dream job in the games industry?Video games is a huge and growing business, and being part of it has never been easier.
Whether you're artistic, good at maths, musical, have a story to tell or even want to be an actor or sportsperson in games, there's a role for everyone in the video game industry.
This one-off seminar will introduce you to the two main pathways into game development: Learning a specific skill through training and education to become part of a larger studio, or being your own boss and having a crack at producing your own game, from start to finish.
The seminar won't tell you how to make a game- that takes your time and passion, but it will give you all the information and tools you need to get started and begin your dream career.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now!
About the tutor: Aaron Cross is a professional video game developer who has also worked extensively in the education, science and forensics fields using real time 3d technology. His projects include work for the University of Western Australia, and the First Nations People (Cree indians) of Manitobia, Canada, and spans projects from Antarctica to Iran. He has been the technical reviewer of two game development books and has been published in 3dWorld magazine.
Venue: Karamea Bowling Club
Bring: Computers are not necessary for the seminar.Bring a pen and paper.
Questions: Email falconstoneinteractivegmail [dot] com
Registration is essential for this workshop: Phone Kathy 7826 808 or email karameaartscouncilyahoo [dot] com