Events & Activities

Engineering a Videogame ART & CRAFT WORKSHOPS

4th April 2016
Rs. 4950

I Leap Academy: JP Nagar,
256/10, 6th Cross, 10th Main, 1st Block, Jaya Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560011, India
Mon 04 Apr, 11:00 AM

I Leap Academy: Indiranagar,
1072 ,11th Main, H.A.L, 2nd Stage, Indira Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008, India
Mon 04 Apr, 11:00 AM

PSTTI: Bengaluru,
43/3, No.2, M.V.Complex, Above Unilet Showroom, Ramamurthynagar main Road, Near to Ramamurthy Nagar Signal, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560070, India
Mon 04 Apr, 11:00 AM

Stepup: Koramangala,
195A, 12th Main, Koramangala 4th Block, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034, India
Mon 04 Apr, 11:00 AM

Atta Galata: Bengaluru,
134 KHB Colony, 5th Block Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095, India
Mon 04 Apr, 11:00 AM

Little Raiders: Bengaluru,
578, 13th Cross 27th Main, Sector 1 Near Pizza Hut, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560100, India
Mon 04 Apr, 03:00 PM

Note : This summer camp is from 4th April to 15th April.

If you can’t beat them, join them. From a very long time, research says that the video games influence behavior. Why not use this fascinating topic of video games which would help the kids rather than disrupt their development? STEM Champ is bringing a summer camp that will allow the kids to work with video games technology and learn first-hand about what goes into the game!

Students would learn to think critically about video games, considering some of the important social, psychological, and ethical issues and controversies surrounding them. Then, students will look at how games are designed, engineered and will help students explore careers in programming, graphic arts and illustration, production, and writing. Throughout the course, students will develop and explore their own skills and aptitudes by practicing programming, comparing hardware, and learning about the application of physics in game design. Students will consider the educational applications of games, by practicing and analysing games that require fiscal management, smart urban planning, diplomacy (whether among neighbours, or nations), military management, engineering, storytelling, and long-term and big-picture strategizing. Finally, students will design and present their own games, then exchange feedback with other students.

If playing a game makes your kid a pro, then understanding how to make one makes your child a prodigy! Wont it be just great to design your own video games characters? Well you get a chance to remove all flaws from your Player 1 and be the Alpha of your own game. Just make sure to tell us all your cheat codes!