Sanborn, NY, April 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Due to overwhelming demand, Studica has announced that it will be again hosting a webinar to discuss bringing game design programs for high schools. Due to holiday breaks many people responded that they were interested in this webinar but could not make the webinar held on April 4th. For those who missed it, Studica will again be hosting this webinar on April 26th, 2012 at 3PM Eastern. This webinar is directed towards teachers, curriculum directors, career and technology directors and instructional primes in the United States and Canada. Registration is free at http://www.studica.com/registration/game-design-hs and attendees will have access to a special Unity offer.
“With the rise of Game Design as such a powerful industry, more educators are realizing the career opportunities available for their students and now working towards implementing these programs into their schools. This webinar is the perfect opportunity to explore effective yet cost efficient ways to do this. Game design programs tie-in easily with existing animation, design and other programs.” –Frank Nanfara, President, Studica. “We are thrilled by the response to our first webinar and are happy to offer this webinar again to those who missed out to help bring game design programs to students in grades 6-12.”
This hour long webinar will provide a look at the game industry itself and the amazing career opportunities that students can aspire to. Discover the popular and affordable game development tool, Unity, and demonstrate and explain the basics of the program. Learn how existing 3D content such as items created in Autodesk Softimage, Revit, Maya, 3ds Max and Inventor can easily be used to create 3D video games, interactive content, real-time 3D animations and visualizations (architectural and mechanical). Everything you need to get started such as teacher training and resources will be discussed. A question and answer session will follow.
Studica is the education source for software and technology products. Utilizing a focused approach, Studica has outside and inside sales personnel, and an intuitive e-commerce site, an informative blog, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and Twitter feeds that work effectively together to serve the education community. Serving local and world education markets, Studica has offices in the US, Canada, the UK, Brazil, Greece, Denmark, Hungary, Australia, Mexico, and India with more planned in the near future.