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October 918 2020

Online + Frankfurt Rhine / Main

Since its premiere in 2013, games have been a major component of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image as they drive innovation and are both an economic factor and a cultural asset. The games industry is considered one of the most innovative areas of the cultural and creative industries. Computer games and developments such as virtual and augmented reality have had a major impact on the future of the moving image.

Robert Glashüttner is an Austrian radio host and games expert with the iconic ORF radio station FM4 in Vienna.
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Featured in the B3 games program, the Unger & Fiedler Office for Transmedial Content Development presents their ...
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Sven Vößing began to work in the videogame business back in 2009. A freelancer who describes his job as "i´ll do ...
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Szilárd Matusik was born in 1984. He graduated as an electrical engineer but started his career in Hungarian TV ...
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Thorsten Unger is an expert, author and entrepreneur in the field of games and digital education. He is involved, among ...
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Tommy Tallarico has been writing music for video games for over 30 years. He has won over 50 awards and has worked on ...
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Crossmedial? Transmedial? Never mind! The limit is reached when the message is false or the story is simply no good. If ...
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Volker Strübing was born in 1971 in East-Germany. Trained in dataprocessing, he was a member of the C64-Scene in East ...
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Anonymous racist and sexist insults, public shaming and shitstorms in social networks seem to have become the norm. ...
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