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  • 1. VIDYA VIKAS INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY FINAL YEAR SEMINAR ON GAME DESIGN AND MIND READING GAME CONSOLES Anup Yadav K
  • 2. 2 PARTS
    • Game Design
    • What are Games?
    • Why are they made?
    • How are they made?
    • What is the process?
    • Game Consoles
    • What are Game consoles?
    • What is its use?
    • What makes Mind reading game consoles stand out ?
  • 3. What is a Game?
    • Why games work, Game design principles (what?)
      • Activity
      • Rules
      • Play
      • Conflict( not always)
      • Randomness/Luck
    • Games are
    • Unpredictable
  • 4. Why do people play Games?
    • No particular reason
    • Some people for FUN
    • Some for entertainment
    • Other to criticize
    • Dreams, Fantasy and
    • Nightmares
    • examples
    • Pleasure
  • 5. What does a Game contain?
    • Digital Video screen character, animation, rules of some kind in some way.
    • Goals
      • Defined starting and Ending
      • points
      • Complete something
      • Decision making
      • Involves time
      • Involves AI
  • 6. Different types of Games on Dependent Platforms?
    • PC Gaming
    • Console Gaming
    • Wireless Gaming
    • Multiplayer Gaming(LAN)
    • Massive multiplayer
    • ONLINE role
    • playing games (INTERNET)
  • 7. How a Game gets made…?
  • 8. How a Game gets made…?
  • 9. ROLES PLAYED IN DEVELOPING A GAME
  • 10. Game Designers
    • Game Designers typically define the overall vision of a Video game.
    • Game Design Document
    • Like a Film directors for a movie (creative or otherwise)
    • Knowledge of all the different fields
    • Roles
      • Creative Director
      • Design director
      • Lead designer
      • Junior designer
  • 11. Game Artists
    • Artist bring the player eyes, the vision set out by the game designers and art directors
    • Must have Great Imagination and Creativity
    • Should be major with at least one major 3D software application ( 3d Max, Maya, Blender)
    • Roles
      • Concept artist – game style
      • 3D modelers – fine arts,
      • rendering and shading
  • 12. Game Programmers
    • Software engineers who work at coding level to make a game work.
    • Work with artists and designers to make a playable game
    • In-demand, Short supply  Paid well
    • Roles
      • GamePlay programmers
      • AI programmers
      • Tools programmers
      • Graphics programmers
  • 13. Game Producers
    • Producer are the project managers.
    • View the overall process.
    • Create and enforce schedule and budgets.
    • They have to be leaders.
    • Titles
      • Director of production
      • Executive producers
      • Associate producers
      • Assistant producers
  • 14. Audio Designers
    • Sound engineers are responsible for creating sounds and music to match the visuals of the game.
    • Unique sound for a game visual style
    • Less job opportunities
    • Hired on contract basis
    • They also can work on
    • films, television and
    • advertisement.
  • 15. Quality Assurance/ Testers
    • Considered as last line of defense before the game hits the shelves.
    • Helps ensure the quality of the game meets strict guidelines set by the development studio.
    • Best entry level jobs to a gaming industry.
    • Good communication skills then can move up to a lead tester or even a game producer.
  • 16. Business in Gaming :
    • The economic, legal & policy aspects of a game.
    • How games are funded?
    • Marketed and sold
    • Relationship among publishers
    • Developers
    • Distributors
    • Retailers
  • 17. Part 2 MIND READING GAME CONSOLES
  • 18. Mind read….really?
    • A device that translates your thoughts into on screen movements.
    • Who made it possible?
      • Emotive Systems , San Francisco
    • Name : PROJECT EPOC
      • End of joysticks and keyboards….!! ?
  • 19. How EPOC works?
    • In simple terms, it relies on the fact
    • that every time a human brain thinks
    • about something, electrical impulses are
    • triggered in the brain.
    • Signature for each emotion.
    • This is know as ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM
    • Isolate and identify electrical patterns
    • Translate real movements into on screen
  • 20. EPOC applications
    • Gaming (to popularize)
    • As Brain scanners and Lie detectors
    • It can act as a remote (TV or any player)
    • Control cursor on computer screen.
    • Disadvantages:
    • Priced at around $300- $500.
    • Takes some time to adjust to the users.
    • Humans will become more lazier.
  • 21. THANK YOU