Researchers from the University of Glasgow are holding three workshops in Edinburgh, Dundee and Glasgow, to explore new ways of working with IP within the games industry.
The team at Scottish Development International have passed on an opportunity to participate in a free online seminar (or webinar if you must) aimed at games companies interested in doing business in China. Organised by the EU SME centre, the webinar is a free 45 minute minute presentation, followed by a 30 minute Q&A session.... Continue Reading →
Understanding Intellectual Property (IP) is a something vital to every creative company - and especially every games company. Developers are either working on someone else's IP, or building their own. For real, long-term success, generating your own IP is crucial. It provides your company with real, long-term value and can - in some cases -... Continue Reading →
The University of Abertay in Dundee today launched The Code Bar, a new service which allows game prototypes created by students to be purchased by developers and publishers who wish to complete them and take them to market. The goal of the project is to unlock valuable intellectual property created by students at Abertay University and... Continue Reading →
Digital Spark is a new event, it ran for the first time in Dundee last year under the auspices of Abertay University and pulled in a very worthy set of speakers. The event is back for 2012 and is building upon the success of the last year. Digital Spark promises to explore the whole area... Continue Reading →
The second Digital Spark conference takes place at the University of Abertay at the end of June. The conference focuses on the creation, use and protection of Intellectual Property within the creative industries. Alongside presentations from companies such as Google, Sony, Universal Music, Sega and Aardman, Digital Spark offers introductory workshops, or indeed master classes,... Continue Reading →