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Qi3 organises brokering meeting for Games, Animation, and Simulation companies

Qi3 on behalf of PPARC (The Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council) is pleased to announce that registration for the PPARC KITE Club “Software for the Games Industry” brokering meeting is now open.

The meeting will be taking place at the Medical Research Council, London on the 9th November 2004.

Registration for this meeting is free at: www.qi3.co.uk/games; though numbers will be limited in order to maximise interaction.

In the pursuit of its research aims the PPARC community develops technologies at, or beyond, the state of the art. PPARC funded research groups have developed sophisticated solutions to complex physics problems in fluid dynamics, quantum theory, virtual environments, computational geometry, 3D simulation and modelling. This brokering meeting is part of ongoing work to ensure that industry is aware of these technologies, and has every opportunity to share in their development and exploitation.

Ken Green of Qi3 said, “This meeting will provide valuable information to games developers, physics middleware developers, virtual environment developers, animation software developers, and companies involved in real-time simulation.”

Qi3 has built a reputation for effective ‘technology translation’ between public and private sectors, and the spinout creation / licensing of a variety of technologies. As the Industry Coordinator for PPARC Qi3 helps UK businesses benefit from the diverse range of technologies developed by the PPARC community.

If you would like to know more about this meeting, or the technologies mentioned above, please feel free to contact Ken Green at: Tel: +44 (0)1223 422405 or Email: ken.green@qi3.co.uk for a confidential discussion.

Further details on this meeting can be found at: http://www.pparc.ac.uk/In/Sc/List/GamesInd_webv1.asp. The meeting will include short talks on technology developments and industry requirements from leading academic groups and companies respectively, and briefings on collaborative development opportunities.

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