Games outside of games

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Ward, G. 2022. Games outside of games.
AuthorsWard, G.
TypeLecture
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The games industry is highly competative and the skills needed to be successful can also be used in other sectors. This talk explored transferable skills and the link between the games industry and a whole range of future careers that are XR related and do not exist yet.

KeywordsGames development; Transferable skills; Virtual reality; XR
Year2022
ConferenceTechnically Games
Related URLhttps://technicallygames.com.au
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Web address (URL) of conference proceedingshttps://technicallygames.com.au/schedule/
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Deposited30 Nov 2022
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