The Procedural Content Jam 2015
Make Something That Makes Something
Come to our opening day of talks on November 7th at Imperial College in London!
PROCJAM is a game jam about procedural content generation - find out more on itch.io - and to start the jam off we're hosting a day of talks from procedural generation experts streamed live online on November 7th. If you want to come and be part of the event in person, grab a free ticket and come along on Saturday to Imperial College's Blackett Lab in South Kensington, London. We'll have coffee and refreshments, breaks to chat about the talks, and you get to ask questions to some of the coolest procedural generation folks in the world!
Our speakers at the PROCJAM event:
- Tom Betts, Big Robot Games
- Kate Compton, UC Santa Cruz
- Alexis Kennedy, Failbetter Games
- Sean Oxspring and Kieran Hicks, Hitpoint Games
- Allison Parrish, Fordham University
- Tommy Thompson, University of Derby / Table Flip Games
- thricedotted, The Internet
- Dan Stubbs, The Hit
We'll have a schedule up very soon, but the talks are due to start at 1pm, with time to arrive, register and hopefully get some coffee from 12.30pm onwards. We aren't able to provide food so make sure you grab some lunch before you arrive! There are a lot of great places to get food around the nearby tube stations.
We're very kindly hosted and catered by Imperial College, with support from PROSECCO. Huge thanks to them for helping us put on this event.
How do I get to the event?
The two nearest Tube stations to Imperial College are South Kensington and Gloucester Road (both on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines). They're both very short tube rides from Victoria rail and coach station, and not much further from any of the main London stations.
Bus routes are also available but we don't recommend it if you don't travel in the area regularly, as they can get confusing! Check tfl.gov.uk for journey planning information.
Parking is not available on site, and there is very limited - and very expensive - parking in the area. If you're driving in, you might want to find a way to park outside of the congestion charging zone and pay for a cheaper tube fare into London for the last bit of the trip.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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Mike is an indie game developer and university researcher from London. He's the creator of the game-designing AI ANGELINA, and makes games about dogs who wee on things and people jumping through windows.