Posted by Conor
The Performance and Games Workshop@Nottingham took place on 27th and 28th October 2014 at the Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham. The session was intended to generate design-ideas for mixed-reality games in an interdisciplinary setting.
Working in teams of 5 or 6, participants used sets of ideation cards and themes, provided by Richard Wetzel of MRL, to generate initial design ideas (Richard’s blog post). Initial concepts were refined during the first day of the workshop. The second day was spent developing initial prototypes and demonstrators for the games, which were presented at the end of the workshop.
Ben Kirman has produced the following short video (thanks Ben!) which presents the game prototypes developed during the workshop.