Education in Game Development/Design to be featured on "Information Matrix" with Laurence Fishburne

Share Article

A new segment of the program looks into the expanding field of gaming, and education in the field.

The segment will be an eye-opener and guests will shed light on the intricate aspects of game development and its impact on the current economy as a sector.

One of Hollywood's most talented actors, Laurence Fishburne, who hosts the renowned 'Information Matrix' show is set to host an upcoming 2019 episode about education in Game Development and Design. The show will focus on enlightening the viewers on the creative game development path as a career for young enthusiasts.

With new games being created and released every day, and new markets emerging within the gaming community, game development and design has become a more career choice for many of those interested. Apart from the sheer pleasure derived from losing oneself in a game or system, a designer needs to learn how to build the game from the ground, and to affect all components of a user experience. Game mechanisms are now permeating other industries as well, with the idea of "gamifying" certain processes gaining traction.

To be successful in game development, one needs to be creative, able to work in a team and have the ability to tell a story. Basic computer science in areas such as programming languages, 3D modeling, and software programs is also important to learn in today's marketplace. A bachelor's degree in video game design is the basic requirement in holding a game designer's position.

ame designing just like any other career has its specialties. A student needs to pick a career path, be it lead designing, level designing or content designing. For new graduates to gain a cutting edge in the industry, one needs to have gainful experience through co-op positions and internships in many cases.

The segment will be an eye-opener and guests will shed light on the intricate aspects of game development and its impact on the current economy as a sector. Do not miss this interesting segment of the ''Information Matrix''.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Visit website