Intel is organizing another gaming workshop in London on June 4th. This time there is a focus on VR and Google Cardboards will be given to the first 200 attendees. It's also a chance to showcase your own game.
The free one-day conference is structured around the five themes depicted above and includes five events:
Talks and panels The speakers taking part in the event include Ed Fries (X Box Project), Kate Edwards (IGDA) and Oscar Clark (Unity). The agenda includes Q&A, debates on indie topics, technical talks, LiveCode and 3D technologies.
VR Track Session VR demo with Google Cardboard! Experience a new style of conference using a VR cardboard with 200 others.
Developer Showcase Troubleshoot your work with experienced gaming gurus. Open to all - members of game studios/individuals/students To submit your entry and get selected fill outthis form.
Office Hours for Startups Personal advice on how to build or develop your game from experts who will be available to answer your questions.
Networking Plenty of time to network and share best practices with the Intel experts and your peers.
Listen and learn as speakers and attendees swap solutions to the biggest challenges facing game developers today. As well as the 200 Google Cardboards there will be giveaways and prizes for standout projects. For an idea of what to expect see this promo video:
Places are limited so register now to be sure of your place.
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