Interplay: Computer Games Meet TV and Film

3 Mar 2005 - 1:09am
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John O'Donovan

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Interplay: Computer Games Meet TV and Film

The IEE is staging a one-day seminar on one of the most exciting areas of
visual image engineering today - the convergence of Games, TV and Film

The Interplay event will provide a forum where game, computer graphics, film
and TV production key players both from research and the industry can
exchange knowledge and bring together their different perspectives and
approaches. Topics to be covered include Computer Games, Digital media
production, use of Computer Game Engines in film/TV production, linear and
non-linear narratives and formats, realistic computer graphics.

Keynote Speaker
Tim Ansell, The Creative Assembly - ROME TOTAL WAR: The Start of True
Convergence - Time Commanders, BBC 2 Series

Other speakers include
John Miles (Electronic Arts UK - Matrix, Tomb Raider), Jamie Cason
(Executive, Interactive Drama and Entertainment, BBC), Mike Morris (C4
International), Matt Carroll (Disney), Roy Taylor (NVIDIA), Needra Das
(Sensaura Creative Technologies Ltd)

Session chairmen and other contributions from Paul Tyler (BamZooki), Dr
Steve Benford (University of Nottingham), Matt Adams (Blast Theory)

The Interplay Event is on Wednesday 27 April 2005 at The IEE, Savoy Place,
London. For details see



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