Student-Designed Computer Games Showcase Planned for April 28
Students in NC State University's computer science and industrial design programs will unveil their latest computer games at the Computer Game Development Showcase, to be held Friday, April 28 at 8:30 p.m. in the Kamphoefner Hall Auditorium.
The projects being shown are the result of semester-long collaborative efforts between teams formed from students in the computer science course on computer game design and development and the industrial design course in 3D realtime modeling and animation.
Media coverage is invited. The event is free and open to the public. Kamphoefner Hall is located behind Brooks Hall, off Pullen Drive. map
Each team will present a completed 3D game with custom artwork, 3D models, game play, character artificial intelligence and interface design developed by the team members. The event will begin at 8:30 p.m. with a series of presentations by the project teams introducing their games.
Following the presentations, all games will be accessible on PCs set up in the auditorium, providing attendees the opportunity to play the games and talk with the developers to learn more about the art and science that went into their construction.
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