Who is ready to develop a scientific video game…in 48 hours?
Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, Life @ MINATEC, News
Published : 4 February 2020
The challenge: Develop a scientific video game in under 24 hours. Impossible? We’ll soon find out at the Scientific Game Jam on the weekend of February 7 to 9. The event, which was introduced in 2014 by the CEA and CNRS, will be held at the Grenoble Institute of Technology Auditorium. Each of the eight participating teams will develop a game. The teams (which total 60 competitors aged 18 to 30), include web developers, graphic designers, and gaming experts. Word of mouth was all it took to fill up all of the available slots and a substantial waiting list.
The event will open its doors to the public on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Visitors can explore a variety of scientific, digital technology, and gaming-related exhibit booths, test the games developed during the Jam and vote for their favorite.
Learn more: www.grenoblegamelab.com