“Designing and Developing Interactive Entertainment at Bell h@bitat, Canadian Film Centre” by Serrano, Durlak and Williams

  • ©Ana Serrano, Jerome Durlak, and Darryl Williams

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    Designing and Developing Interactive Entertainment at Bell h@bitat, Canadian Film Centre

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    There is a need for professional producers who are able to create, plan, execute, market, and sell new-media content and interactive entertainment in Canada for the Web, interactive TV, interactive installations, and newly emerging broadband and wireless applications such as multi-user virtual communities and distributed storytelling systems via instant messaging devices.

    The School of New Media at the Canadian Film Centre, currently known as Bell h@bitat, began offering its training in new-media product design and development in September of 1977. The vision of the New Media Design Programme is to drive the evolution of new-media content creation in Canada and elsewhere by training new-media thinkers. The program is now completing its fourth year.


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