Jul 7, 2017JamToday Applied games, educational games, serious games, game-based learning or gamification; these terms gained immense popularity and everyone wants to use the potential of applied gaming. But there is a catch: how do you implement applied games in your educational...
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Immersive Tech Week is a five day adventure filled with experiences, talks, round tables, workshops and more. Where industry leaders, XR enthusiasts, academics, start-ups, scale-ups and policy makers from
Immersive Tech Week is a five day adventure filled with experiences, talks, round tables, workshops and more. Where industry leaders, XR enthusiasts, academics, start-ups, scale-ups and policy makers from all over the world unite to get inspired, share knowledge, find new opportunities and make connections.
The VRDays Europe foundation is the organisation that builds Immersive Tech Week, together with its invaluable partners.
Find out more here!
November 28 (Monday) - December 2 (Friday)
VR Days Europehttp://vrdays.co/
Join IndieGameBusiness - powered by Tripwire Presents for two days of world class lectures, roundtables, and AMAs from experts in games across business, marketing, licensing and production. All sessions are
Join IndieGameBusiness – powered by Tripwire Presents for two days of world class lectures, roundtables, and AMAs from experts in games across business, marketing, licensing and production.
- All sessions are always free to watch (forever) but having a pass gets you access to all the slide decks from the talks as well as discounts and promotions from our sponsors.
- For those who upgrade to planning meetings with MeetToMatch, all participants choose to be part of the platform themselves, resulting in one of the highest participant satisfaction rates with regard to deal-making in the industry.
- Your data is safe: complying with EU GDPR and Californian privacy regulations, and the strictest European data safety standards.
- You don’t have to know any publishers, investors, or developers in advance. The meeting system makes it easy for you to research and understand who is a good fit for your game or service and quickly reach out to them directly.
The meeting pass tickets start at just $40 (using the discount code below), regardless of the size or type of your company. We hope you’ll join us for another fantastic event from IndieGameBusiness and MeetToMatch.
Get a 20% discount on your ticket with the code TripwirePresentsDEC
6 (Tuesday) 12:00 - 7 (Wednesday) 23:30
Join us in Utrecht on the 7th of December for our monthly Network Lunch! Every first Wednesday of the month, Dutch Game Garden hosts a free networking lunch for the
Join us in Utrecht on the 7th of December for our monthly Network Lunch!
Every first Wednesday of the month, Dutch Game Garden hosts a free networking lunch for the Dutch game industry in Utrecht. It is an opportunity for creative professionals, teachers, project leaders, future interns, students, potential clients, and others interested in the industry to meet, mingle and share their projects and questions.
Program (12 – 2PM)
- 12.00: Doors open
- 12.05: Opening presentation and announcements from Dutch Game Garden
- 12.10: Shout-outs – share your announcement or question in 3 sentences!
- 12.15: Lunch with games showcases
Want to showcase a game live during the Network Lunch and get valuable feedback? You can and it’s free, but we have limited spots available each lunch.
Dutch Game Garden can provide an office desk with a screen and power sockets or an INDIGO Cabinet, but please note that you need to bring your own laptop and mouse/keyboard/controllers.
More info and sign up through the showcasing form.
Note: only through registration. Sign up here.
(Wednesday) 12:00 - 14:00
400 Europalaan, 3526 KR Utrecht
Dutch Game Gardeninfo@dutchgamegarden.nl
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Do you think you know all about games past and present? Can you recognize a level soundtrack within the first
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Generally, we know games to be entertaining and challenging, but in truth they can also carry restrictive or stigmatising messages. Playing Architecture is curated by Mélanie van der Hoorn, a
Generally, we know games to be entertaining and challenging, but in truth they can also carry restrictive or stigmatising messages. Playing Architecture is curated by Mélanie van der Hoorn, a cultural anthropologist, and designed by Dafne Wiegers (AHH), architect. The exhibition invites you to play, wonder and critically reflect on the nature and role of architecture games, with a wide array of Amsterdam-related examples.
The exhibition will be on display at Arcam from December 10 until May 28, 2023.
December 10 (Saturday) - May 28 (Sunday)
ARCAM Architecture Centre Amsterdam
Prins Hendrikkade 600
Breda Game City will highlight the role of games and the games industry in the nexus of the entire creative industry when it comes to fast-growing, impactful trends. During this edition
Breda Game City will highlight the role of games and the games industry in the nexus of the entire creative industry when it comes to fast-growing, impactful trends.
During this edition we shed some light on terms as the Metaverse, Artificial intelligence (AI) and Immersive Content and we learn about the crucial role the games industry holds.
- 15:30 – Walk in
- 16:00 – Opening by Matthijs van de Laar, Breda Game City
- 16:30 – Talk: Metaverse by Alex van der Baan, Your Open Metaverse
- 17:00 – Talk: Artificial intelligence (AI) by Carlos Santos, Breda University of Applied Sciences
- 17:30 – Networking drinks
(Thursday) 16:00 - 18:00
Bavelseparklaan 12, 4817 ZX, Breda
Breda Game Cityhttps://bredagamecity.nl/nl/
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On the 15th of December, the Dutch Games Association is hosting a holidays meetup, powered by
On the 15th of December, the Dutch Games Association is hosting a holidays meetup, powered by CLICKNL! Sign-up and join us for some networking and learn more about Accessibility and Inclusivity in gaming.
Nowadays, young people get a lot of their social interactions through video games: chatting via Roblox or voice-calling during a game of Fortnite is the way in which young people now connect with each other. However, this is not always accessible to everyone. People with disabilities who have difficulty using the controls in these games are inadvertently excluded and isolated.
The talk of the evening will be hosted by Paul van der Made. He was only 30 when he suffered a severe brain hemorrhage. Thanks to his rehabilitation he is able to participate in numerous things again. However, his hobby of playing video games remains a challenge. In 2016 he founded the HiPerks Foundation with which he wants to stimulate game development for people with disabilities.
The meetup will be held at Hout & Hop in Utrecht (Europalaan 100, 3526 KS Utrecht).
- 16:00: Start
- 17:00-18:00: Presentation by Paul van der Made and Q&A
- 18:00-20:00: Holidays drinks and networking
(Thursday) 16:00 - 20:00
Hout & Hop
Europalaan 100, 3526 KS Utrecht
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