We have been working very hard to bring this event to life and have some exciting news to share. After receiving a great number of nominations form general public, nominations are now closed and the finalists have been selected for each of the categories.
The Early Spring Award categories and the reasons behind them have been updated and each award category will have a specially designated room to help the visitors and the judges get the best experience for the voting process:
Best mixed reality experience for sensory stimulus
We want to know what the best fully immersive mixed reality experience is available today for the home market. This includes exciting technologies such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Holograms and more..
Best storytelling techniques for emotional impact using emergent technology
Storytelling isn’t always about amazing casts and clever narrative. How has technology helped create better stories with deep connecting emotional experiences. We’ll be reviewing some of the most interesting storytelling experiences both passive and interactive.
Best social interaction experience for couples
We are bringing people together and finding out what is the best console experience for social interaction.
We have received numerous nomination for all of the three categories, and would like to bring you some of the highlights.
- Best mixed reality experience for sensory stimulus
- Lazer Draw by Loveshark
- Fantasynth by HelloEnjoy
- Arizona Sunshine by Vertigo Games
- Feel Three by Feel Three
- Birdly by Somniacs SA
- Best storytelling techniques for emotional impact using emergent technology
- Forgotton Anne by Throughline games
- Lone Echo by Ready at Dawn
- Moss by Polyarc Games
- Wolves in the walls by Fable Studios
- Best social interaction experience for couples
- Spaceteam by Sleeping Beast Games
- Keep talking and nobody explodes by steel Crate Games
- Sprint Vector by Survios
- Shovel Knight by Yacht Club Games
For more information on our nomination line up check out: https://digitalcultureawards.uk/spring-exhibition/whatson/. And if you are very fast you might still grab some Early Bird tickets too https://digitalcultureawards.uk/spring-exhibition/tickets/.
Public & Specialist Judging
At Digital Culture Awards we set ourselves apart with the judging process as we include public vote as part of the overall score as we aim to provide a balanced and fair opinion from people that love technology and subject matter experts. Votes will be collected throughout the event. All that is needed is a wifi enabled smartphone or tablet device to take part.
The judges have been selected from among the most influential Youtube tech bloggers, game designers and tech & game psychologists. Look out for our next news post as we will be announcing the full list of judges mid-January.
The exhibition will take place in London’s exhibition space Crypt on the green on April 19th and 20th 2019. To find out more visit https://digitalcultureawards.uk/spring-exhibition/. Some Early Bird tickets might still be available https://digitalcultureawards.uk/spring-exhibition/whatson.
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