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GAMBIT GUEST SPEAKER SERIES 2009-2011

Over the course of this academic year The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab will present a host of guest lecturers who will speak on a wide range of subjects relating to video game theory and practice. The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab, a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Singapore Media Development Authority created to explore new directions for the development of games as a medium. GAMBIT sets itself apart by emphasizing the creation of video game prototypes to demonstrate our research as a complement to traditional academic publishing.


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Harmonix founder, Eran Egozy at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab  11/4/09

Harmonix founder, Eran Egozy at the...

Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

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MIT Alums, Eran Egozy along with Alex Rigopulos founded the Cambridge, MA based Harmonix Music Systems in 1995. Since then they have gone to create Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Amplitude, Phase and many other games. Eran was kind enough to t...

Lecture: Clint Hocking: The Territo...

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Clint Hocking of Ubisoft Montreal stopped by The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab on October 28, 2009 on his his national tour to present his lecture entitled: The Territory is Not The Map: Hyper Realism and The New Immersion Paradigm. Sin...

Western Otaku: Games Crossing Cultu...

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From Nintendo's first Famicom system, Japanese consoles and videogames have played a central role in the development and expansion of the digital game industry. Players globally have consumed and enjoyed Japanese games for many reasons, ...

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Education
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English
Website
The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab (gambit.mit.edu/index.php)