11 - 13 July 2017

Develop Brighton


Coding Sessions

Room 2
    Room 2
    We take a tour into a future reality in which Harry Potter meets Harold and the Purple Crayon. There will be live demos.
Room 3
    Room 3
    Combining Monte Carlo Tree Search and Player Modelling to Imitate Emergent Playstyles in a Leading Mobile Card Game 
Room 4
    Room 4
    Hardware trends, programming models, and how to make the best games in a world driven by energy use and the end of Moore’s law.
Room 6
    Room 6
    Triangular Pixels present various methods for VR interaction; high level approaches, low level implementation notes & novel maths techniques 
    Room 6
    How to make a hacking game hackable, come and learn about @OffGridTheGame's approach to extensive modding with @Unity3d 
    Room 6
    Challenges, Big Data & Player trading all built with zero hosting costs. Learn to dev social features with no running costs from 3 examples 
Room 3
    Room 3
    The talk will suggest measures to prevent, suppress or deter exploiters from taking advantages in your game. 
    Room 3
    A case study on the innovative production of Tom Clancy's The Division, Underground DLC, with a focus on the four month development process within Reflections (Newcastle) and the lessons learned by th ...
Room 4
    Room 4
    After working on the Killzone series of First Person Shooters, Guerrilla set out to create a vast, open-world action RPG: Horizon Zero Dawn. To meet this challenge, it was clear from the beginning tha ...
    Room 4
    Lukas will present the perils of Google Cardboard, using his experience of leading the technical development of "Adventure Time: I See Ooo", a major Mobile VR release. Lukas will detail the major pitf ...
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    Hideo Kojima
    Kojima Productions
  • I love coming to Develop:Brighton – it’s a great chance to network, tell people what you’re up to, have meetings, do business deals.. also finding some great talks and great information from some of the best speakers around. It’s a regular thing I come to every year and I can’t imagine not coming.
    Patrick O’Luanaigh
    CEO, nDreams
  • It’s not just about the great talks, but it’s about bringing together the whole community, it’s the networking – it’s just amazing, we love it!
    Aj Grand-Scrutton
    Co-founder, Dlala Studios
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    Luke Krane
    Head of Games, Kickstarter
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    Sam Watts
    Operations Lead, Make Real
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    Robin Hunicke
    Co-founder, Funomena
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    Kate Russell
    Journalist, Reporter and Writer
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    Rami Ismail


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