Professor Vesna Brujic-Okretic, Head of School, Computing & Information Systems, visited the Develop 2012 Games conference in Brighton today 12th July.
Professor Vesna Brujic-Okretic, Head of School, Computing & Information Systems, gave a presentation on key research work and opportunities for games industry specialists; offering an invitation to collaborate in developing new ideas and technologies.
Kingston lecturer, Hope Caton, presented the innovative inKUbator programme which brings together programmers, artists and businesses involved in commercialisation; where students make ideas come alive in providing finished games.
Roger Andrew introduced the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) which links potential SMEs and European partners to transfer new technologies and develop products and services:
At the inKUbator stand (Expo area) Professor Vesna Brujic-Okretic met some of the many visitors who came to see how we are championing student work – and to try out their games in full-scale demos. The inKUbator programme has been widely praised within the industry, with many leading names pledging their time to come and share their expertise with our students in the Games Lab.