Orange County Computer Society Fourth Annual Showcase of Local Student Video Games Judged by Industry Leaders, Hosted by Chapman University
Orange, CA – The IEEE OC Computer Society’s Game Special Interest Group organizes an annual computer game showcase of student projects. Building upon our past success of the 2012 – 2014 Showcase events hosted at Chapman University, UC Irvine, and CSU Fullerton, the 2015 Showcase will return to Chapman University on May 9 from 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM.
Students from Chapman University, CSU Fullerton, UC Irvine, Westwood College, Santa Ana College and others compete to be recognized for their technical, artistic, and narrative achievements. The event is organized and run by volunteers from the professional and academic community in the spirit of friendly competition among the area’s students and forging stronger relationships between industry and academia.
The event will be held in the Sandhu Conference Center at the Chapman University campus. Bill Roper, Vice President at Disney Interactive Studios, is the Master of Ceremonies for the event. The student games will be judged by a panel of industry celebrities.
Industry sponsors for past year’s Showcase include Western Digital <http://www.wdc.com/>, Darbee Vision <http://darbeevision.com> , Grise Media, MobilityWare <http://www.mobilityware.com> , and SymPlay <http://www.symplay.com> .
About IEEE OC GameSIG http://gamesigshowcase.org/
Founded in 2006, it is the IEEE Orange County Chapter’s special interest group in computer games. It boasts as its members leaders in the OC video game industry and leading academics.
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William Fisher, Chair IEEE OC GameSIG
Quicksilver Software, Inc.
Michael Fahy, Associate Dean
School of Computational Sciences