Everyone is welcome to a fun and accessible, interactive workshop that explores how game design can help tackle the global climate emergency
With COP26 happening in Glasgow in November, we are facilitating an online game design workshop with a focus on the environment and sustainability. Using online tools we will work together to explore how we can design playful experiences that tackle the global climate emergency.This accessible workshop is for people interested in designing and creating games of all kinds. Prior knowledge of the free collaboration tool Miro is advised but not essential.
Biome Collective is a creative studio, community and co-working space for people to create, collaborate and explore new frontiers in games, digital art and technology. We create world class interactive and multi sensory experiences for global audiences. Our unique and accessible games, interventions and installations span across digital, physical and cultural spaces.
InGAME: Innovation for Games and Media Enterprise is an £11.5 million pound R&D Centre based in the heart of the Dundee videogames cluster. Led by Abertay University, in partnership with the University of Dundee, the University of St Andrews and local and international industry partners, InGAME delivers innovative research and offer R&D support and services to games companies in the city and beyond. InGAME is part of the Creative Industries Cluster Programme, funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and part of the Industrial Strategy. We also receive significant funding from the Scottish Funding Council.