The games market in China has exploded the the recent past. From the rapidly evolving audience for games, through to the growing dominance on Tencent in the Western games industry, through multiple investments and acquisitions, the country has embraced gaming, especially on mobile and online. A new event from InGAME International will share findings from... Continue Reading →
Event: Women In Games UK And China will bring together women from the UK and China to discuss their experiences working in games research or the games industry.
Remedy Quest, the casual mobile game, inspired by science, which aims to make the subject of vaccines, vaccinations and combatting viruses more widely understood, is out now for iOS and Android devices. Created by Glasgow-based studio Game Dr, the game was supported by an Innovate UK grant, as well as scientists and schools across the whole of the UK.
The Kilted Otter is not just another game jam. It's the first event of its kind to create, collate and curate a whole range of design and development experiences, for creators and developers across the whole of Scotland. The goal of the whole project is to explore and celebrate Gaelic and Scottish language, culture and heritage through new digital and interactive experiences.
bertay University is the first Unreal Engine Academic Partner in Scotland - recognising Abertay is committed to high-quality educational opportunities for students using the engine.
you have a VR headset, Glasgow School of Art research student Austin Wolf is inviting you to take part in a study about narrative engagement in VR - based upon Scottish folklore.
A newly published report from Universities Scotland has detailed the critical social and economic contribution universities can make to Scotland’s recovery over the next five years.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) in partnership with Edinburgh University are conducting a study to "Drive forward change" for women working in the media. This survey, commissioned by Engender Scotland and Gender Equal Media Scotland (GEMS), asks women in the arts, who are based in Scotland to share their experiences. The project aims to find obstacles... Continue Reading →
Robert Gordon University, in partnership with the University of the Highlands and Islands are collaborating on The Orkney Project, a new Digital Storytelling Platform which will showcase the history, culture and heritage of the Orkneys.