Beyond Games is a brand new event and website from Steel Media, which explores the impact of videogames on our wider creative world. (And we have an exclusive discount code for you).
Artist Danny Grant made the video using Unreal Engine, which he taught himself from scratch at the beginning of the first lockdown in March last year.
Sound of Light, a collaborative sound performance experience built for the Oculus Quest VR headset, is an example of not only how VR might help us to bridge that communication gap but also how it may facilitate us to communicate ideas and emotions that simply can’t be expressed to one another in a real world environment.
Scotland has an astonishing new videogames taking place in February 2021. The Play Away Festival 2021 is a fortnight's festival of gaming from our friends at the Tinderbox Collective. Play Away is taking a different approach to gaming. Videogames have an incredible amount to offer the world beyond their huge commercial success. Gaming is now... Continue Reading →
Event: Resonate 2020 - Making Music For Games This year's music industry conference will feature games industry legends Colin Anderson & Ged Grimes, discussing how musicians, composers, performers and publishers can break into videogames
Do you produce audio for videogames? UK Game Composers is a new project to capture all of the composers, performers, musicians, producers and other audio experts working in games across the whole of Britain.
Researchers from Edinburgh Napier and Manchester Mentropolitan Universities are looking into how gamers listen to audio while playing. Please help by sharing your own experiences and preferences for game audio.
Illustration for LIGHT BYTES an event for Creative Edinburgh and Creative Scotland by Want Some StudioCreative Edinburgh, Creative Dundee and We Throw Switches are joining forces to run three informal mixer events called Light Bytes. These will include networking, micro talks, panel discussion and the opportunity to play with technology. The project was initiated by... Continue Reading →
The Scottish Games Network, Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise are working together to produce the first ever entirely comprehensive survey of Scotland's games industry.
Heads up, folks. The 2015 http://www.edingame.com/ takes place on Wednesday and Thursday next week. The symposium's rather awesome (and unique) mix of panels, speakers, music, performance, concerts, discussion and debate are back, but this year there's a twist... It's in Dundee. Yes, Scotland's throbbing games hub is playing host to the country's most exciting and... Continue Reading →