game design

Hours: 
Thursdays 4PM-6PM // Saturdays 12-2PM
Cost: 
$25 (needs based scholarships available)
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This fall, NYC teens are invited to spend 5-weeks learning how to design games for mobile devices at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center. Teens will work in small groups and design their own location based mobile games using iPhones (iPhones will be provided for use during the workshop).

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People: Ingrid Erickson, Kaho Abe, Kyle Li, LeAnne Wagner
Research: Education
Tags: game design, mobile, street games, urban, youth programs
Start Date: 
21 Jun 2014
Hours: 
2:00PM-5:00PM (Every 3rd Saturday)
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This is a monthly game testing event for independent game developers and enthusiasts run by former Eyebeam fellow Kaho Abe and Come Out & Play. The focus will be on play-testing, open dialogue and discussion around games in development.

This monthly meeting is a great opportunity for game developers to get valuable feedback for projects in progress. For game enthusiasts, these events are a place to learn more about the game development process, techniques and systems behind games. The goal of these monthly meetings is not only to encourage and nurture the development of high quality games through testing and discussion, but also to create opportunities for game testers, players and enthusiasts to become more engaged and active in the game development community.

 
Projects: Come Out & Play
People: Erica Kermani, Greg Trefry, Kaho Abe, Nicholas Fortugno
Research: Education, Game Design
Tags: Come Out & Play, game art, game design, game testing, playtest
Start Date: 
19 Apr 2014
Hours: 
Every 3rd Saturday, 2:00PM-5:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This is a monthly game testing event for independent game developers and enthusiasts run by former Eyebeam fellow Kaho Abe and Come Out & Play. The focus will be on play-testing, open dialogue and discussion around games in development.

This monthly meeting is a great opportunity for game developers to get valuable feedback for projects in progress. For game enthusiasts, these events are a place to learn more about the game development process, techniques and systems behind games. The goal of these monthly meetings is not only to encourage and nurture the development of high quality games through testing and discussion, but also to create opportunities for game testers, players and enthusiasts to become more engaged and active in the game development community.

 
Projects: Come Out & Play
People: Erica Kermani, Greg Trefry, Kaho Abe, Nick Fortugno
Research: Education, Game Design
Tags: Come Out & Play, game art, game design, gaming, playtest
Start Date: 
15 Mar 2014
Hours: 
2:00PM:3:30PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This is a monthly game testing event for independent game developers and enthusiasts run by former Eyebeam fellow Kaho Abe and Come Out & Play. The focus will be on play-testing, open dialogue and discussion around games in development.

This monthly meeting is a great opportunity for game developers to get valuable feedback for projects in progress. For game enthusiasts, these events are a place to learn more about the game development process, techniques and systems behind games. The goal of these monthly meetings is not only to encourage and nurture the development of high quality games through testing and discussion, but also to create opportunities for game testers, players and enthusiasts to become more engaged and active in the game development community.

 
Projects: Come Out & Play
People: Erica Kermani, Greg Trefry, Kaho Abe, Nick Fortugno
Research: Education, Game Design
Tags: Come Out & Play, game art, game design, game testing, gaming, playtest
Start Date: 
18 Jan 2014
Hours: 
Every 3rd Saturday, 2:00PM-5:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This is a monthly game testing event for independent game developers and enthusiasts run by former Eyebeam fellow Kaho Abe and Come Out & Play. The focus will be on play-testing, open dialogue and discussion around games in development.

This monthly meeting is a great opportunity for game developers to get valuable feedback for projects in progress. For game enthusiasts, these events are a place to learn more about the game development process, techniques and systems behind games. The goal of these monthly meetings is not only to encourage and nurture the development of high quality games through testing and discussion, but also to create opportunities for game testers, players and enthusiasts to become more engaged and active in the game development community.

 
Projects: Come Out & Play
People: Nick Fortugno, Kaho Abe, Greg Trefry, Erica Kermani
Research: Education, Game Design
Tags: playtest, gaming, game design, game art, Come Out & Play
Start Date: 
16 Nov 2013
Hours: 
Every 3rd Saturday, 2:00PM-5:00PM
Cost: 
Free - RSVP Required
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This is a monthly game testing event for independent game developers and enthusiasts run by former Eyebeam fellow Kaho Abe and Come Out & Play. The focus will be on play-testing, open dialogue and discussion around games in development.

This monthly meeting is a great opportunity for game developers to get valuable feedback for projects in progress. For game enthusiasts, these events are a place to learn more about the game development process, techniques and systems behind games. The goal of these monthly meetings is not only to encourage and nurture the development of high quality games through testing and discussion, but also to create opportunities for game testers, players and enthusiasts to become more engaged and active in the game development community.

 
Projects: Come Out & Play
People: Nick Fortugno, Kaho Abe, Greg Trefry, Erica Kermani
Research: Education, Game Design
Tags: playtest, gaming, game design, game art, Come Out & Play
Start Date: 
19 Oct 2013
Hours: 
Every 3rd Saturday, 2:00PM-5:00PM
Cost: 
Free - RSVP Required
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This is a monthly game testing event for independent game developers and enthusiasts run by former Eyebeam fellow Kaho Abe and Come Out & Play. The focus will be on play-testing, open dialogue and discussion around games in development.

This monthly meeting is a great opportunity for game developers to get valuable feedback for projects in progress. For game enthusiasts, these events are a place to learn more about the game development process, techniques and systems behind games. The goal of these monthly meetings is not only to encourage and nurture the development of high quality games through testing and discussion, but also to create opportunities for game testers, players and enthusiasts to become more engaged and active in the game development community.

 
People: Nick Fortugno, Kaho Abe, Greg Trefry
Research: Education, Game Design
Tags: play testing, gaming, game testing, game design, Come Out & Play
Start Date: 
21 Oct 2013
Hours: 
6:30PM-8:30PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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The first year of Eyebeam's Computational Fashion initiative culminates with an exhibition by Fellows Carrie Mae Rose and Kaho Abe. Join the artists and their collaborators, Dan Steingart and Katherine Isbister, as they present the research and final outcomes on Monday, October 21, 6:30-8:30pm. Kaho's immersive project, The Lightning Bug Game, will be available for visitors to play. Come test it out!

About the Work

 
Start Date: 
22 Oct 2013 - 2 Nov 2013
Hours: 
12:00PM-6:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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GAME TEST THIS SATURDAY: November 2, 3-5pm

 
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Playable Fashion is a free teen program that explores the intersections between Fashion, Technology and Gaming. Youth learn the concepts and techniques behind them in order to create their own digital games and wearable technology projects.

WEEKEND WORKSHOPS: No experience necessary! Saturday, January 24th 10AM - 4PM  at Chelsea Recreation Center! Learn how to hack a digtal game in Unity 3D with professional game designers Ramsey Nasser and Kaho Abe! Create your own wearable game controller using the Adafruit Flora! The program is FREE, lunch and transportation will be provided. Open to all between the ages of 14-19!

 
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