Secrious Research Project

The SECRIOUS research team presents the Slow Game Jam – a serious game jam on cybersecurity that keeps the creativity and the fun of game jams, but does away with the time pressure and the stress. Instead, we added talks, workshops and group discussion into the mix to create an exciting and innovative game jam experience

SECRIOUS is a multidisciplinary research project which aims to engage new code-citizens in making the security of software code tangible through the design of serious games. SECRIOUS is a collaborative effort across the School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences (MACS) at Heriot-Watt University (HWU), the School of Simulation and Visualisation (SimVis) at Glasgow School of Art (GSoA) and the Department of Social Anthropology at University of St Andrews (UStA) and is funded by the EPSRC.

You can play Secrious Games here – https://secrious-research-project.itch.io/protection.

Unity Academic Alliance

SimVis is part of the Unity Academic Alliance which supports all teaching within the school with the most up to date Unity learning materials and tools. Students benefit from Unity certified instructors teaching approved workflows and methodologies in real-time development.

SimVis is also able to offer Unity certification exams that will support student’s professional accreditation and employability for roles in real-time industries. Unity Academic Alliance equips SimVis with the support and products students need to quickly start and expand their innovative interactive design and development in augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and game design.

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