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You are invited to The Games Forum


You are invited to The Games Forum :

A Proposal to Build Capability in the Interactive Games Industry in New Zealand


A Series of four seminars about the interactive games industry in New Zealand. Come and join us to discuss the NZ games industry during October and November. Held at (e)-vision, each session will have speakers from the industry here to showcase and talk about some of the issues and interests of the gaming industry in NZ. Running from 6 till 9pm, there will be chances for the attendees to ask questions and discuss the matters as they arise. Join us for this new and definitive series.


Facilitated by (e)-vision in partnership with Industry NZ and The NZ Games Developers Association.


The Games Industry Overview Wednesday 9th October 6 - 9pm Welcome and Overview of The Games Forum - Clare O'Leary, Sector Specialist Industry NZ Getting Started - from a games company perspective. Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive Show & Tell - Publishers/Producers Krome Studios (Australia)


Creative Drivers in the Games Industry Wednesday 23th October 6 - 9pm Welcome and Introduction - Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive Art Direction - John Shiels, Art Director Sidhe Interactive Show & Tell - Mark Billinghurst HIT LAB NZ VR, Augmented Reality


Technology Drivers in the Games Industry Wednesday 6th November 6 - 9pm Welcome and Introduction - Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive Panel : Platforms for Games Development - Tyrone McAuley Artificial Intelligence - Stephen Regelous, Massive Software Interactive Games platforms, interactive television - Dean Lyon, Oktobor Show & Tell - Mark Thomas, 3D Design, Right Hemisphere


Future Opportunities in New Zealand Wednesday 20th November 6 - 9pm Welcome and Introduction - Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive Overview - Challenges for NZ, Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive Panel Facilitated by Clare O'Leary Film Commission Creative NZ Industry NZ Foundation for Research Science & Technology Show & Tell - Case Study of a new games project... Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive


Fees :

$45 per session
$150 for the series.
Refreshments will be served. Fees include GST.

You can book by:

Contacting (e)-vision
Phone 04 384 3550
Fax: 04 384 3552 Email: mailto: mailto:info@evision.org.nz Or enrol online at http://www.evision.org.nz/events/games.shtml#bookingform

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