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May 29, 2006 at 12:31 pm #5360AnonymousInactive
So that everyone knows who everyone else is. Particularly to send questions in the right direction.
May 29, 2006 at 12:33 pm #31919AnonymousInactive
Team lead/lead designer/ business
At the moment I’m handling the project planning, and preparing to do a draft of the marketing before we set off. In Abertay I’ll be keeping an eye on progress, doing the QA & marketing and lending a hand to everyone as needed.
May 29, 2006 at 5:41 pm #31924AnonymousInactive
Core Technology Programmer,
Sega Driving Studio.
(And apparently AI consultant to ye, if ye need it :) )
Degree\msc in computer science out of u.c.c. Specialised in ai for computer games at post grad level. Currently, working on Sega Rally Revo.
May 29, 2006 at 7:51 pm #31925Aphra KKeymaster
Aphra here, lecturer in media, science and technology, research methods at NUI Maynooth, content person on gd.ie, have done quite a bit of research on the games industry and game players.
May be able to help with business and/or user stuff if you need..
best of luck…
May 30, 2006 at 1:07 pm #31950AnonymousInactive
May 30, 2006 at 2:50 pm #31959AnonymousInactive
Im Aaron Collum, Lead modeller & Animator.
Really great to have you all on board for support over the upcoming weeks. Really looking forward to working with everyone and working on something we’ve all invested heavily in.
-> Go Team!
May 30, 2006 at 3:42 pm #31964AnonymousInactive
Austin Purcell here, team Texture and Environment Artist. Same backgroud as Aaron and John (course wise) but with mine leaning more towards 3d/2d artist work.
Really excitied to have the GD.ie team behind us.
May 30, 2006 at 5:55 pm #31981AnonymousInactive
Pete Mc Nally here, Lead Artist at a certain Muff based company. I’ll be your guide to all things arty. With me ragdoll limbs, me normal mapped smile and me animated quiff I hope to be able to answer any questions ye may have about poly jockying or pixel pushing.
May 30, 2006 at 7:44 pm #31986AnonymousInactive
Steve Collins here – hope I can be of some use. Havok founder and currently lecturing and researching in Trinity College. I’ll try to monitor this forum as often as possible, but feel free to ping me directly also (steven dot collins at cs dot tcd dot ie).
Should be able to help with most technology topics (particuarly physics and graphics), but also business and presentation issues.
May 31, 2006 at 6:45 am #31989AnonymousInactive
Tony here. I’m Senior Producer with Nephin Games in Galway. Have been a designer and producer/project manager of one sort or another for 10+ years, last 4 in games. I used to work with Pete (and his wonderful ‘animated quiff’) in Torc and still work with both Steve and Aphra in the IGDA
I can help you wout with any project management/general production stuff, as well as any business/marketing/pitching or design type stuff. I check these forums about twice a day or you can get me at:- tonykelly2 AT gmail.com
June 14, 2006 at 6:20 pm #32264AnonymousInactive
I’m Brian Lelas. Level Designer and Story Writer, plus the named Audio Guy, despite the fact that that job is very much a SHARED one…
Along with John, I was working on “The Eventful Afterlife of Inspector Browning” from day one back in the college and am responsible for a few of the dodgy name choices…
July 24, 2006 at 10:00 am #32719AnonymousInactive
Posting here so everyone gets notification,
Check the new invites thread in this forum, and reply either way (cos otherwise I’ll be trying to get in touch so that you don’t miss out)
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