The Diploma in Game Design & Development programme is an intensive 12-month course that trains students in all aspects of making a game from scratch.
FX School is proud to announce India’s first Virtual Reality Game Design & Development course!
Students opting for this course will be amongst the first not only in India, but in the world and will have a real chance at becoming Global Leaders in a $150 billion industry.
The Diploma in Game Design & Development programme is an intensive 12-month course that trains students in all aspects of making a game from scratch. At the end of the course, students will have the know-how to create high-end 3D games enabled for the Oculus Rift (a virtual reality head-mounted display) as well as for PCs and gaming consoles.
What’s more, this course does not require students to learn or know any computer coding. This is especially exciting (and revolutionary) as designers and creative personnel can now create complete games without the need for a coding specialist or knowledge of any programming language.
Oculus Rift (a Facebook company) has created enormous excitement worldwide with its Virtual Reality device. The Oculus device is at present only available to developers and is expected to be launched to consumers by early 2016.
Students may enquire for this groundbreaking course by visiting http://www.fxschool.in/ or by calling +91 22 42354235
FX School has rapidly built a reputation for delivering cutting edge education and training in the fields of Photography, Digital Filmmaking, Visual Effects, CG Animation, Digital Art, Graphic Design and Gaming. Students receive hands-on training in the latest production techniques by highly qualified faculty comprising leading professionals from the industry. They also receive continuous counselling throughout the course to ensure that they choose the right path that is best suited to their skills and aspirations.
Through its innovative curricula and powerful training methods, FX School has been creating a unique brand of professionals that are making their mark in the film and media industry. FX School students have worked on as many as 8 feature films at every stage of the production pipeline from cinematography to
editing and visual effects. These include “Ragini MMS”, “Dongala Mutha”, “Not a Love Story”, “Department”, “Bhoot 2" and “The Attacks of 26/11". They have also been placed in top companies such as Rhythm&Hues, Kreedagames, Prana Studios and Technicolor India.