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We share some of our favourite games for those who aren't "gamers". 
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14 / 3 / 2018
Mutator VR: Cell Flows at the Crick Institute. Come and see Mutator VR exhibit as part of Crick Late: Patterns. Wednesday 14 March; 18.00 - 21.30
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11 / 1 / 2018
A DC Labs seminar series talk by Dr Andreas Lieberoth from the Interacting Minds Center (Aarhus, DK): When and why does gamification produce positive experiences but no behaviour change?
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Researchers at the University of York have discovered a link between young people’s ability to perform well at two popular video games and high levels of intelligence, showing that that some action strategy video games can act like IQ tests.
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DC Labs Summer School Scholars working on Decision Making for AI in Games present the game they have created over the 9 weeks of the Summer School: Embrrr
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DC Labs will make a substantial investment in esports research as part of this world-first collaboration in esports between ESL and the University of York. 
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This project aims to inspire a paradigm shift in the algorithms used to generate agent behaviour in commercial games, helping to create a new generation of intelligent games.
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15 / 5 / 2018
The entertaining Pint of Science Festival is back! As part of York's line-up of great science talks, Dr Duncan Williams and Dr Hendrik Baier from DC Labs talk about their work on 15 May
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8 / 12 / 2017
Acid house pioneer, DJ Danny Rampling hosts a very special anniversary party to celebrate 30 years of the revolutionary club Shoom, including performance VR from DC Labs' William Latham
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26 / 1 / 2018
Join us for the Global Game Jam 2018
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Are you a games developer, VR developer, app developer or similiar and sell your services?   Fill out a short questionnaire to be considered as a DC Labs recommended supplier. 
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DC Labs hosted a visit from the Click team from the BBC World Service, demonstrating many of our exciting projects....
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14 / 9 / 2017
The IGGI Centre for Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence conference is your annual game research download from 150+ PhD students and researchers at York, Goldsmiths and Essex Universities.
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Software Engineer, Computer Science
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IGGI announces annual conference to take place on 14/15 Sept 2017 with keynotes from Jo Twist from UKIE,  Katja Hofmann from Microsoft Research, Samim Winiger from Creative.ai and Mary Flanagan from Tiltfactor.
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11 / 7 / 2017
The DC Labs and IGGI teams will be at the Develop Conference in Brighton this year. Come and have a chat with us on stand B22 to find out more about what we can offer from internships through to direct support.
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We're developing new ways of experiencing esports by introducing technology to create different viewing experiences - with the intention of making these games more accessible to all. 
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Learning to play esports can be difficult. We're developing AI supported tutorials that adapt to the player to help them master the games. 
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Your skill in esports games correlates with your intelligence, which suggests we could use IQ tests to find gifted esports players from a young age, even before they play the games.
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Professor, Co-Investigator, Computer Science
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Developing a profitable game in today’s market is a challenging endeavour.
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What do you think when you hear the word “grammar”?
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Behavioural data from games are highly complex and difficult to visualise and make actionable. We're developing customisable visualisation tools for esports to help make these insights more accessible. 
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3 / 6 / 2017
TEDxUniversityofYork are hosting their 2017 conference, themed "Let the Games Begin!"
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12 / 5 / 2017
Mutator VR will be on show at the Hybris Exhibition (Hybrids and Monsters in Contemporary Art) in Venice curated by Cyland (Russia).
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8 / 6 / 2017
Final Year students and postgrads - Showcase your Games to Industry
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Associate, Theatre, Film and TV  
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25 / 1 / 2017
For its anniversary, CYFEST will gather more than 100 artists from 20 countries....
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15 / 11 / 2016
Following the success of the Organic Art VR exhibition at the New Scientist Live in September, we told you last time that