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Omni: Real Battlefield Place [ Future of Gaming in the world ]

The Omni enables you to move naturally and freely in virtual worlds. Get fully immersed in your favorite game! Experience full virtual reality We are in the ...
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Gaming Becoming Real??

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The future of gaming: key contenders

The future of gaming: key contenders | Game Developers | Scoop.it
Traditional console makers are up against open-source newcomers, PC gamers and even TV manufacturers (RT @guardiantech: The future of gaming: key contenders http://t.co/4Za5Lv6M)...

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Sean Riley's curator insight, March 21, 2013 10:10 AM

The future of gaming and which companies are going to be top contenders in years to come.. The future of Gaming,

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Xbox – What We Want to See

Xbox – What We Want to See | Game Developers | Scoop.it

A listening activity for English Language Learners.  Content of this short video game news report looks at possible future developments for the xbox video game console.


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Future of Gaming: 5 Exciting Emerging Trends

Future of Gaming: 5 Exciting Emerging Trends | Game Developers | Scoop.it
Technology evolves in amazingly rapid speeds. If you need any real observable proof of the speedy advancement of digital technology over the years, take a look at the gaming industry.

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Brett Orr's curator insight, March 16, 2013 4:16 AM

The games industry may very well be at the front of the technology wave - and here are some very interesting forecasts. Between Augmented and Virtual Reality, we may see the bleeding of games into real-life -- and sometimes, we can't even work out what the difference is, with cutting edge graphics.  Second screens are allowing greater interactivity and having our games in the cloud will give us immediate access.

Nelson Johnstone's curator insight, March 21, 2013 5:52 PM

This article provides the public with an insight on what trends are currently being developed by leading game design companies and what new technologies may be in store for the near future.

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Flex Game Development, Flex Game Development Service, Flex Game Development India

Flex Game Development, Flex Game Development Service, Flex Game Development India | Game Developers | Scoop.it
Flex Game Development, Game Development With Flex, Outsource Flex Game Development, Offshore Flex Game Development, Flex Game Application Development, Flex Game Apps Development

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The Highs and Lows of Game Development

We talk to devs about their highs and lows of developing a game. For more from GamesRadar Subscribe: http://goo.gl/rcDzoE We talk to the developers of the Bi...
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Awesome Video on highs and lows of the Games Development 

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The Future of Gaming

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Last week I attended PSFK’s talk “The Future of Gaming” sponsored by Zynga at the Mother NY offices. Here are a few takeaways from the morning’s presentations: 1. Everyone is…read more →

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Udacity Blog: The Past and Future of Game Development Education

Udacity Blog: The Past and Future of Game Development Education | Game Developers | Scoop.it
Colt McAnlis shares his experience with education, game development and the HTML5 game development course.

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Portal, the Movie: Valve, J.J. Abrams Team Up for Future Games

Portal, the Movie: Valve, J.J. Abrams Team Up for Future Games | Game Developers | Scoop.it
Valve, the game developer behind Half-Life and Portal, and J.J. Abrams' production studio Bad Robot will work together to produce games and movies, the heads of the two studios said at the DICE Summit on Wednesday.

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Brett Orr's curator insight, March 16, 2013 4:36 AM

A titan of the film industry and a titan of the games industry combining? Good things must come from this.  Here, we see the emphasis on the difference between film and game, and how the two can merge - the interactive portion of gaming is powerful, but often abused. And film is often restrictive, but evidently has greater power and sway over audiences.

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Epic drastically drops the price of Unreal Engine game development ...

Epic drastically drops the price of Unreal Engine game development ... | Game Developers | Scoop.it
Epic Games, the company that created Gears of War, Infinity Blade, and the popular Unreal Engine for developing game titles, has been rather quiet as of late. The firm's most prominent recent...
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Is the Gaming Industry Crashing?

We take an in-depth look at the current state of the gaming industry, which is showing some serious red flags of heading down the same path that caused the o...
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Video: Hooked: The Psychology of How Products Engage Us

Video: Hooked: The Psychology of How Products Engage Us | Game Developers | Scoop.it

Hi, I'm Nir. For most of my career I've worked in the video gaming and advertising industries where I learned, applied, and at times rejected, the techniques used to motivate and manipulate users.


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Video on Video Gaming, and manipulating and motivating users

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Danny Engelman's curator insight, October 21, 2013 7:07 AM

1 hour long, good solid research info