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Issue No.02 - March/April (2007 vol.27)
pp: 96, 92-95
Michael Zyda , GamePipe Labs at the University of Southern California
Dhruv Thukral , GamePipe Labs at the University of Southern California
Sumeet Jakatdar , GamePipe Labs at the University of Southern California
Jonathan Engelsma , Motorola Labs
James Ferrans , Motorola Labs
Mat Hans , Motorola Labs
Larry Shi , Motorola Labs
Fred Kitson , Motorola Labs
Venu Vasudevan , Motorola Labs
Almost every major publisher and developer in the game industry is dedicating a major part of their effort on mobile games. Realizing that there is a huge foreseeable demand for mobile game developers, Motorola has formed a partnership with GamePipe Labs at the University of Southern California. The purpose of this partnership is to provide a platform to train the next generation of mobile game developers using design principles unique to mobile games. The authors describe the process, challenges, and results of this effort from both the technical and design aspects.
mobile gaming, game development, Motorola, GamePipe Labs
Michael Zyda, Dhruv Thukral, Sumeet Jakatdar, Jonathan Engelsma, James Ferrans, Mat Hans, Larry Shi, Fred Kitson, Venu Vasudevan, "Educating the Next Generation of Mobile Game Developers", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol.27, no. 2, pp. 96, 92-95, March/April 2007, doi:10.1109/MCG.2007.31
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