Ore. entrepreneurs create camp for students to learn video-game design

08/9/2013 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Pixel Arts Game Education, a nonprofit association created by Oregon-based video-game developers, introduced students to the engineering and design elements of gaming this summer. Students in the program worked with 25 volunteer game designers and created characters and learned to animate them, plus they learned about self-motivation and communication, co-founder Will Lewis said.

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