5875 Appian Way, Long Beach, CA
* This is a one-day workshop and will be held at the Sea Base, near Belmont Shore *
We're exploring game development, and invite your child to explore with us! We're three techies overlapping with education, sharing, and a whole bunch of creativity and artistic accomplishments. We're excited about Unity 3D, a hugely powerful game development engine, and we want to share what we're learning with you and your child. Laptops are not required for this class. The SeaBase now has computers for student use!
Video Game Design
Ages: 12+ years
Thursday, December 5, 11am-2pm (please send a snack/lunch with your child)
Instructors: Morio Murase Developer/software engineer
Caprice Rothe Creative, Artist
Trish Tsoiasue Technical Mom, system engineer.
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To sign up one student, RSVP as yourself; to sign up two students, RSVP +1, etc.
This is a drop-off class if parent and child are comfortable. Parents are always welcome to stay and observe.
If you are not using charter school funds, feel free to pay online or bring payment to first day of class.
Unity is a game development ecosystem: a powerful rendering engine fully integrated with a complete set of intuitive tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D content; easy multiplatform publishing; thousands of quality, ready-made assets in the Asset Store and a knowledge-sharing Community.
For independent developers and studios, Unity’s democratizing ecosystem smashes the time and cost barriers to creating uniquely beautiful games. They are using Unity to build a livelihood doing what they love: creating games that hook and delight players on any platform.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!
Refunds offered if:
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.
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