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May 2018

Guest Lecture: Martin Lorber – Everything we do is music

May 2 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Cologne Game Lab,
Schanzenstraße 28
Cologne, NRW 51063 Germany
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For the current summer term the Cologne Game Lab again put together an exciting selection of guest lecturers for students and the interested public alike. Always on Wednesdays, we’ll give the floor to an outstanding personality to share some of their unique expertise. On May 02 Martin Lorber (Electronic Arts) will give his lecture titled “Everything we do is music”, a reference to composer and music theorist John Cage: When a composer or a sound designer starts to work for…

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June 2018

Guest Lecture: Hans-Joachim Backe – Two Ways through the Looking Glass. Game Design as an Expression of Philosophy of Action

June 13 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Cologne Game Lab,
Schanzenstraße 28
Cologne, NRW 51063 Germany
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For the current summer term the Cologne Game Lab again put together an exciting selection of guest lecturers for students and the interested public alike. Always on Wednesdays, we’ll give the floor to an outstanding personality to share some of their unique expertise. On Wedesnday, June 13, Hans-Joachim Backe, Associate Professor in the departement for Digital Design at the IT University of Copenhagen, will give his lecture “Two Ways through the Looking Glass. Game Design as an Expression of Philosophy…

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July 2018

Guest Lecture: Marc Wittmann – Time Perception

July 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Cologne Game Lab,
Schanzenstraße 28
Cologne, NRW 51063 Germany
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For the current summer term the Cologne Game Lab again put together an exciting selection of guest lecturers for students and the interested public alike. Always on Wednesdays, we’ll give the floor to an outstanding personality to share some of their unique expertise. On Wednesday, July 04, Dr. Marc Wittmann will lecture on the perception of time. The psychologist conducts research on time for the past twenty years. How do we perceive time? How is the subjective experience of time…

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