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And now for something completely different. Up until now, I
haven't really mentioned my professional alter-ego. I am a computer
game developer and have had my own company that creates technology
for video games and film and television for almost 10 years.
In that work, I am an advocate for reaching out to young people
to get them interested in games as a career. I go to local schools
and groups to talk to the kids about what a life making games
is like. I just spoke at a group of teenagers at the Santa Monica
library. I think the talk went very well and several people
asked that I post the talk. I also would love to get feedback
from others about the talk so I put it up here. The talk was
pretty long so it is broken up into two parts. The kids were
very enthusiastic and I look forward to seeing some of them
in the business in the future. If you share it with your children,
maybe it can help motivate and excite them about learning. Get
them into the game business, we could really use there help.
Slides from the
Send your comments to me.
Darwin 3D (my company)
Some of the audience at Santa Monica Library
The Humble Game Industry Veteran
At the booth for the current game I am working
on at the E3 trade show earlier. What a zoo, that place was...