Thu June 10, 2010
Many people play video games but how many people really know how those games were designed and developed? Farhad Javidi knows. The CPCC Professor has built a game development program at the college and his students have beaten game developers from schools like Harvard and Stanford. They are creating games that have social and educational value and they are coming to the attention of people like Bill Gates. We'll learn about this amazing team and the process of researching and developing video games.
Farhad Javidi - Chair, Simulation and Game Development Program and Chair of Simulation, Modeling and Visualization Center at CPCC
Danny Helms - Member, CPCC Game Development Team
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Photos | Shots from Microsoft's US Imagine Cup Competition
Video | Watch a video demo of the team's game "Sixth"
CPCC | CPCC Game Development Team Wins Microsoft's US Imagine Cup Competition
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