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CSUF Hosts Video Game Competition Saturday
Community Members Invited to the Annual Intercollegiate Event Featuring Student Projects
May 28, 2014|Updated June 5, 2014
Update: "Paper Craft," created by a team of CSUF computer science and art students, won the top prize at the IEEE GameSIG Intercollegiate Computer Game Showcase.
Cal State Fullerton students are among the top 10 team finalists participating in the Saturday, May 31, IEEE GameSIG Intercollegiate Computer Game Showcase. The third annual video game competition, held from noon-6 p.m. in the Titan Student Union's Portola Pavilion, is open to the public.
Computer science and art majors from local universities and colleges will be judged by video game industry leaders for their technical, artistic and narrative achievements. CSUF finalists are "AudioVerse" by Jessica Wu (whose team includes students from Chapman University and UC Irvine); "Dynamic Rage" by David Monson, Jonathan Sudhakar, Sirin Suwanpruiksa and David Chesonis; and "Paper Craft" by Jeff Einspahr, Emily Chiang, Matt Kelly and Jay Chan; and alumni Zachary Aller and Zachary Spurlock.
Noon: Doors open to public
12:30 p.m. Program starts
1 p.m. Competition
4 p.m. Awards
4:30 p.m. Reception
A suggested donation of $5 for attendees can be made in advance online. Parking is free in the State College Parking Structure, next to Titan Student Union. For more information visit online or contact Michael Shafae, CSUF associate professor of computer science. Check out past CSUF winners, "A Ruff Day."