IndieCade is a great platform for independent game makers from across the world that has a competition to showcase indie games and interactive media with innovative games unlike anything you might see anywhere else.
Who: Independent Game Developers, Designers, and Artists
What: Games and Interactive creative. Finished games as well as work- in-progress projects can be entered.
When: Regular Submissions are due by April 30, 2017
Late Submissions are due by June 15, 2017
Details: For complete details, submission criteria and how to submit your game, visit www.IndieCade.com/Submissions.
Applauded as the “Sundance of the videogame industry,” IndieCade supports independent game development globally through a series of international events highlighting the rich, diverse, artistic and culturally significant contributions of indie game developers. IndieCade’s programs are designed to bring visibility to and facilitate the production of new works within the emerging independent game community. Annual events include IndieCade East, IndieCade Europe, IndieCade’s Showcase @ E3, and IndieCade Festival, the largest gathering of independent game creators in the nation.
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Awoo Teen Wolf fans get ready to howl on Thursday, July 21 for the panel full of surprises for the MTV hit supernatural drama AND an exclusive first look at the Season 6 trailer
MTV is taking over the convention hall with the ultimate fan experience with an interactive Virtual Reality activation with the first-to-market gaze activated technology at Booth #3729. MTV fans can meet and get autographs from Teen Wolf & the Shannara Chronicles. The booth will have cool swag to hand out all weekend with MTV portable chairs, MTV iFans, Teen Wolf Fangs, both series and more for geek fans at SDCC.
Thursday, July 21
“Teen Wolf” Panel 4:30 – 5:30 PM
Location: Ballroom 20
“Teen Wolf” cast members and executive producer Jeff Davis will take Comic-Con by storm for the seventh consecutive year, with a few surprises in tow. The pack will reveal an exclusive first-look Season 6 trailer, share shocking revelations for the upcoming season and answer fan questions. Entertainment Weekly’s resident “Teen Wolf” expert Samantha Highfill will moderate the panel discussion and fan Q&A.
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The scene is unlike any you’ve ever seen – I enter a pop-up studio space in MakerCity LA to see celebrity chef Kim Vu and the Vucacious Catering team quickly preparing hors d’oeuvres alongside Pinkberry in one corner, interactive VR companies testing out their headsets in another and finally, unbelievably, textbook-attractive LA models decked out in wearable technology.
[REEL VIDEO] https://youtu.be/
I’m talking about District2.Co’s TomorroWear Wearable Tech Expo, a self-proclaimed “elite intimate event looking into the future- where fabric science, fashion, and wearable tech intertwine.” Heart Centered Tech, Manufacture LA, & Maker City join to set the stage for an unprecedentedly artsy evening full of good food, intriguing runway fashion and out-of-body experiences.
Here are my favorite projects in each category:
Food: Did you catch these in the video? I must side with Kim Vu’s curry chicken and avocado-filled pastry puff. Petite and shameless, the unassuming yet mouthwatering hors d’oeuvre struck the right balance between buttery and zesty. Needless to say, I had about six and still could have indulged in sixteen more.
Virtual Reality Experience: Props go to the amazingly immersive, full-range VR experience called Inner Activity. Straight from USC’s Interactive Media and Game Design program, Anshul Pendse and Natalie Gravier set up a mellow physical installation space at TomorroWear complete with Oculus Rift goggles and a tactile bass system called the SubPac. I rattled, shook, marveled and (like an idiot) reached out at my virtual surroundings, unable to believe that I wasn’t truly in the geometric paradise Inner Activity provided!
[Inner Activity Video] https://youtu.be/
Wearable Tech: After getting to speak with Left Shoe Company Chairman and CEO about his products and design, I was absolutely floored. Left Shoe endeavors to create perfectly-fitting, dress shoes for a gentleman’s left and right foot. The customization process doesn’t take long: with high-tech socks and a quick balancing act, any man can get his hands on custom kicks for his feet. (Did that make sense?) Here, let Mr. Gordon Clune explain it:
[Left Shoe Interview] https://youtu.be/
What a night! I can’t wait to see what next year’s TomorroWear Expo holds!
– Joy Ofodu
I’m looking forward to covering the 2016 Wearable Tech Expo taking place on February 17th. “Tomorrowear” is the collaboration of District2.Co, Manufacture LA & Heart Centered Tech. Our mission is to bring exposure to the wearable tech& sustainable / natural fiber communities. Check out the link below for discount tickets (limited availability).
The Wearable Tech Expo is an elite intimate event looking into the future – where science, fashion, community and tech intertwine.
Come enjoy presentations from some of the newest establishing members in the scene, check out some of the freshest wearables, and meet plenty of apparel industry influencers.
In addition, you can speak directly with exhibitors & inventors, play in one of our 13 virtual reality experiences, mingle with master disruptors, gaze at our closing Wearable Tech Fashion Show, and if you’re still amped, stay for the “NowSounds” Close-out featuring a live performance from Creature! (all while partaking in delicious food & drink)
Only 200 tickets are available for admission, as well as sponsorship & donation opportunities, so grab them before they’re gone!
If you influence big markets, set your sails to the future, or stare at a crystal ball, TomorroWear is your big February event.
*For sponsorship opportunities please email email@example.com
District2.Co is an online platform that connects Indie Designers with factories. Designers can post a production project & receive competitive bids from factories. Designers can then hire direct from factories based on ratings, reviews & price points.
Manufacture LA is a fashion tech + incubator with a mission to reawaken & rebuild America’s fashion industry, foster the next wave of businesses & create a transparent, sustainable, global supply chain.
Heart Centered Tech acknowledges standout individuals who take part in using technology to help make this world a better place. Our awarded recipients have healed hearts, built communities and contributed through technology.
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