We’ve officially applied to the OCE-SSHRC Social Entrepreneur Fellowship! Thank you Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone for all your support. Check out this video Every1Games submitted as part of our application to change the way we engage with autistic youth in our community!
Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) drives the development of Ontario’s economy by helping create new jobs, products, services, technologies and businesses. In partnership with industry, OCE co-invests to commercialize innovation originating in the province’s publicly funded colleges, universities and research hospitals.
We understand that many programs, funds and services are harder to access than they should be. That’s why all of our workshops are designed to be easily accessible.
- No Proof of Autism Spectrum Diagnosis Required,
- Easy Online Registration and Payment,
- No Waiting Lists,
- Discounts for Members of Autism Ontario
Intro and Advanced Videogame Design Programs
Professional Development Workshops
Teen and Adult Autism (ASD + NT) Socials
This past Saturday June 29, 2013 E1G had an amazing day with Cinema Suite Inc., sister company of Javelin Technologies, in Oakville, Ontario! People left the studio with new ideas and new friends. We’d like to thank everyone who came out to participate in the event on their long weekend to offer their opinions and we hope you enjoy your swag! It was a great surprise to hear that each participant is also going to be receiving a free copy of the new Unity 3D tool. Though we can’t say much about the tool we can say that this will be a must have for developers who want to save time and money creating amazing stories in their games.
Cinema Suite Inc. partnered with Every1Games to provide a low anxiety UX Beta testing event for their newest development tool designed to create videogame cut-scene cinematics and run-time sequences with no complex scripting or programming in Unity 3D.
Thank you Cinema Suite Inc. team Ben Sainsbury, Adrian Harrington and Dan Gamsby for having us be a part of videogame development history giving more people an opportunity to participant in your event by supporting a low-anxiety event with alternate feedback options for increased accessibility and clearer results. The first of its kind, this event mixed traditional methods of feedback for UX beta testing with a social promise of low-anxiety. What is a low anxiety environment? It is where we offer a personable and friendly staff, a variety of communication aids and a fun social experience while working hard on serious projects.
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Thank Javelin Technologies for sponsoring the event and providing a delicious social lunch that gave everyone the opportunity to connect.
For more pics check out the event album on facebook!