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View, browse and sort the ever-growing list of sessions by day, time, pass type, topic, and format. With this Session Viewer, you can view session and speaker details for Game Developers Conference 2024.

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Mathew PowersLecturerIndiana University Indianapolis

Mathew A. Powers is at home in worlds both real and virtual, teaching how to turn interests such as video and traditional analog gaming, sequential narratives, and creature design into careers. He helps students to develop skills in original personal creation; collaboration between diverse minds and talents; team-building as needed by all creative industries; business planning; and project prototyping. Focusing on 2-D and 3-D creation, virtual reality, and game world environment construction, exotic lifeforms for games and digital narratives, Powers’ classes explore character, environment, narrative, and game creation. On YouTube, he’s been a writer for the History of Video Games series on the popular Crash Course educational channel started by brothers Hank Green and John Green. Hosted by Andre Meadows, the 2016 series was inspired by Powers’ History of Video Games course at IUPUI. Head of Capstone development and presentations at Luddy Created Vectren game on gas and electrical safety Received MacArthur Foundation Grant for using the Spore game engine to teach Animal Classification for students in grades 5 and 6. Helped create the Return of Aetheria alternative reality game for Gen Con, Indy PopCon, and Indiana Comic Con. The public ARG logged more than 900 players during its 3-year existence. Five instructors and more than 100 students worked on the project. A gifted artist, Powers has created games and eLearning applications using Flash media development for Bloomington-based Option Six clients such as Microsoft, Eli Lilly, and Toyota.


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