SIBA Breakfast BNE: Spatial Gamification

By on 14 April, 2015

Serious gaming

SIBA is hosting a special ‘Spatial Gamification Breakfast’ with presentations by two internationally recognised SIBA members.

Real Serious Games create useful, interactive, accurate 3D virtual worlds to assist industries to plan, communicate and teach better. They do this using integrated visual planning, interactive safety and training, virtual reality, forensic animation, and serious games.

Ai3D is a 3D visual communication consultancy, using the latest games and other 3D visualisation technology to effectively convey the design intent of large complex infrastructure, master planning, urban design, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, and heritage projects, through interactive virtual environments.

Ai3D process the information from a diverse raw data set of CAD, GIS, photography, photogrammetry, 12D, MX, and Revit, into coherent visual media such as high quality animation, CG Images, VR, AR and interactive apps. The graphic collateral generated frequents major publications and broadcast media.

Ai3D operate in a broad range of specialist areas; including: masterplanning, logistics, transport and transport infrastructure , design & construction, consultation, review, competitive tendering and marketing of cities, towns, villages, airports, roads, tunnels, bridges, rail systems, ports, mining, gas, manufacturing, city centre upgrades and the odd bit of public art.

Speakers:

Karen Sanders: Director of Real Serious Games

Nat Harrold : Director of Ai3D

 

Name: SIBA Spatial Gamification Breakfast

Time: 7am – 9am

Date: 29 April 2015

Venue: Olympus Room – The Greek Club

Address: 29 Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Cost:  $35 SIBA Members and $60 non SIBA Members

Event Website: http://wired.ivvy.com/event/SBGame/

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