Video Game Graphics with the Advanced Media Lab
Dream of making your own video game? Join the Advanced Media Lab from NC State University College of Design in a day of game content creation. Workshop participants will create their own graphics in an interactive game, and then adjust how elements in the game behave. Students will get access to their finished game after the session.
Held in conjunction with ID:ENTITY Self Perception + Reality, currently on view at CAM Raleigh, exhibiting artists from the Advanced Media Lab with lead this workshop. The Advanced Media Lab at the North Carolina State University College of Design leverages an array of technologies to create images, animation, and interactive projects. ID:ENTITY is a group exhibition which explores the complex relationship between the “self” and the world. Digital technologies are radically altering the traditional ways in which we relate to each other, our social spaces, and even ourselves. Artists in ID:ENTITY engage in a highly technical, visual dialogue that includes: interactive surfaces, Microsoft Kinect™ technology, and dynamic digital wall projections.
Open to students in grades 8–12 • Limited space available
February 4, 2012 • 1 p.m.–4 p.m.
Advanced registration is required. Please download and complete the registration form and return to CAM Raleigh along with the registration fee of $30 (checks only, payable to “NC State University”). You may mail it to CAM Raleigh / 409 West Martin Street, Raleigh NC 27603 or drop it off at the front desk of the museum.
Workshops are filled on a first come, first served basis.
For questions about registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919.513.8153.
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