Thanks to past GTxA hosts: the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts and the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture.
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The schedule and registration information for the Living Game Worlds Symposium at Georgia Tech is now available. This is the symposium in honor of Will Wright that I mentioned earlier.
Wow that is some kind of awesome lineup of participants! Looks great.
The first words of the three group sessions are “procedural”, “procedural” and “computational”; hmm, I wonder which GaTech organizer set the theme? ;-)
god, I’d love to see that, but I’m far away.
I’ll be looking out for a lengthy post describing what happened, please!
Yes, I’ll blog it (and I imagine Ian will be blogging it as well).
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