Hundreds of interested faculty, students, and staff gathered at the Biosciences Complex on Thursday April 5th for the Queen’s School of Computing’s annual Creative Computing Showcase. The event highlighted the work of the School’s undergraduate and graduate students with hands-on demos, presentations, and posters from a selection of our courses, with topics including Game Design and Game Technology, 4th year projects, and more.
This year we held a People’s Choice Award and congratulations to:
- For Human-Computer Interaction: Volutime by Sean Remedios, Taylor Simpson, Monica Rao, Ann Fernandes, Joseph Kachura, Krysta Peralto (Runner up: Intalksicated by Mariano Elia, Nikita Maydanyuk, Reid Stobo, Sean Tippett, and Henrietta Virag)
- For Gaming: Michael Pirie, Migael Tolmie, and Edwin Xu (Runner up: Congwei Chen, Yiwen Feng, and Yitong Liu)
- For Research: Xiao Li (Runner up: Nick Radford, Matthew Pollack, Michael Wilson, and Ryan Johnston)
Congratulations to the winners and thank you to all the participants! A special thanks to Doug Martin, Parvin Mousavi, Aaron Visser, Tom Bradshaw, Ben Hall, Erin Gunsinger, Richard Linley and everyone else who helped make the event run smoothly.
Photos by Doug Martin. Video by Daniel Hughes.