De Montford University Leicester is gearing up for a busy two months of games activity.
Next month on September 3rd and 4th, the college is holding the first conference on how eye-tracking can be used in computer games and online communities, called 'Gaze-based Creativity, Interacting with Games and Online Communities'.
Manufacturers and developers of eye-tracking products will showcase their work on how the kit can let disabled games play games - while a keynote address from eye-tracking expert Dr Andrew Duchowski will be included in the event.
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Meanwhile, plans continue to build for the university's Machinima Festival in October - and De Montford is inviting games developers and publishers to contribute videos of upcoming games for a showreel at the event.
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