We approach a significant and exciting event in the life of Paracosm Project and in our partnership with the development company Ariwonto – our common web conference. It’s planned for the 27th of April. In this post, we reveal the schedule.
Please, get the additional information about this partner in the article “Paracosm Project is partnering with Ariwonto”.
The web conference of Ariwonto and Paracosm Project causes quite a powerful interest in the communities of both companies.
There will be five speakers from Arowinto. Each will have 40 minutes and there will be 10-minute breaks. Sergey Ivancheglo and Pavel Shlapak will participate in the Paracosm web conference (one hour long).
Here is the timing:
- 17:00 CEST (10:00 PET) – “Game Design Principles” by Pedro Morote. Pedro is a Content Director at Get Gosu, a Peruvian company, focused on esports. He is also a Game Design instructor at Toulouse Lautrec Institute.
- 17:50 CEST (10:50 PET) – “A look into the video game business” by Hitoshi Kanno. Hitoshi is an indie developer with seven years of experience, focused on gameplay programming using Unity and Unreal. He is working on his project, called “Colorful”, a 3D action game.
- 18:40 CEST (11:40 PET) – Paracosm web conference with Sergey Ivancheglo and Pavel Shlapak. Various aspects of Paracosm Project will be the topic of discussion.
- 19:50 CEST (12:50 PET) – “How to pitch your indie project to publishers” by Alexis Sotelo. Alexis is a founder of Amazing Games Studio, a mobile and PC game company, an organizer of the Lima Game Fest 2019. He is also the creator of Desconectados, a monthly podcast with interviews of video games industry professionals.
- 20:40 CEST (13:40 PET) – “Level Design tips” by Dick Abanto. Dick is currently working on an educational video game for a US elementary school. He is also the creator of the first Game Design professional interest group in Lima, called “Pony Corn Design Club”.
- 21:30 CEST (14:30 PET) – “Trends & Issues in the creation of VR/AR content” by Rafa Roeder. Rafa is a visual and technical artist, she develops VR/AR apps and investigates how these technologies impact education and art. Rafa is also a cinematography instructor at EPIC Institute.
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