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Sociality And Individuality – GLS24

July 17, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – June, 2012

A talk from the Game Lecture Series at the IT University of Copenhagen by Richard Evans.

Richard Evans describes the social practice and how it creates a dynamic with individualism.

Players Imbuing Meaning – GLS23

July 16, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – June, 2012

A talk from the Game Lecture Series by Mirjam Palosaari Eladhari.

The title of the talk is: ‘Players Imbuing Meaning: Co-Creation Of Challenges In A Prototype MMO’.

Why People Still Matter – GLS22

July 15, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – May, 2012

A talk by Jonathan Gratch: “Why people still matter: Modeling human behaviour processes in agents.”

What Do Games Represent ? – GLS21

July 14, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – May, 2012

Stephan G├╝nzel explores the relationship of space with video games in “What Do Games Represent? Space And Videogames”. His ideas are examplified with Tetris, Zork, Portal or Mirror Edge.

Babycastles – GLS 20

July 13, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – May, 2012

Game Lecture by Kunal Gupta about Babycastles.

He demonstrates a locally centered independant game movement and some of their amazing works.

In particular, there is this music fighting game using kinect and music to dictate the speed at which players are fighting each other.

Robots that can Think – GLS 19

March 6, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – February, 2012

Game Lecture by Jong-Hwan Kim entitled “Recent Progress and Development for Robots that can Think”.

Jong-Hwan Kim is a pioneer in the field of Ubiquitous Robotics and Soccer Robotics, nominated as the Father of Robot Football, (entitled by The Times on September 18, 1997). His research interests are in the areas of Evolutionary Multi-agent Robotic Systems. Kim received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, from Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, in 1981, 1983, and 1987, respectively. Since 1988, he has been with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), where he is currently a Professor at the Robot Intelligence Technology (RIT)Lab.

Validating Serious Games for Health – GLS 18

March 5, 2012 Comments off

IT University of Copenhagen – January, 2012

Game lecture by Pamela M. Kato.