Douglas Wilson is co-owner of Die Gute Fabrik, a small game studio based in Copenhagen and New York City. Last year he completed a PhD at IT University of Copenhagen, where he wrote about designing digital games that embrace an aesthetic of confrontation, silliness, and brokenness. Doug has developed a number of physical and installation games including Johann Sebastian Joust, which received the Innovation Award at the 2012 Game Developers Choice Awards. He is currently producing two commercial games projects, Sportsfriends and Mutazione.
For a change, this event is going to be helf in Pfizer Auditiorium, which is right next to the Game Innovation Lab. You can also view the talk live at livestream.com/poly . Doors open at 6:30, the Indie Tech Talk starts at 7PM.
Published on : December 3, 2013