Living Game Worlds is an annual symposium presented by the Experimental Game Lab, the School of Literature, Communication and Culture and the GVU Center of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Each year, Living Game Worlds brings together luminaries from academia, industry and the arts to explore topics related to research, design and cultural practices of digital games.
Living Game Worlds IV will focus on the theme of networked play and engage dialogues on the rapidly growing domain of multiplayer games and virtual worlds, including online networked entertainment as well as pervasive, mobile and tangible gaming. The symposium will explore various aspects of networked play from historical, cultural, technological and design perspectives, as well as current and future trends such as user-created content and the rising use of virtual worlds in the workplace.
For details and registration, visit the Living Game Worlds Web Site.