German technology school adds endorphin to curriculum

NaturalMotion teams up with Games Academy

Oxford-based NaturalMotion has signed an agreement with the Games Academy in Germany to integrate its endorphin technology into the course, as well as provide early access to upcoming 3D technology.

"Thanks to NaturalMotion’s support, we have the ability to integrate this exciting technology into student curriculum immediately," said Thomas Dlugaiczyk, principal and managing partner of Games Academy.

"Upon graduation, students will have a leg up on the competition because we strive to provide the latest professional-grade tools found in the digital entertainment industry. The use of endorphin will be integral to helping our graduates create the next era of digital entertainment."

Andy Payne, NaturalMotion’s VP of sales for Europe and Asia, added: "We are thrilled that Games Academy has chosen to integrate endorphin into student coursework. The partnership highlights our commitment to support the educational market by giving access to our unique technology and growing the user base."

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