Evan Lewis, Denison class of 2005, will be on campus to present “Making Video Games: My Experiences Since Denison” on Thursday, March 12 at 4:30 p.m in Olin 114.
Lewis will lift the veil behind the world of making the video games played by millions every day. This talk will act as a beginner's guide to what working in the video game industry is actually like. It will cover the many different roles and responsibilities involved in making the interactive entertainment and offer some tips and advice in how to get into this competitive field.
This lecture is sponsored by the Ronneberg Lecture Series and the Department of Math and Computer Science.