Yesterday I presented my talk on mobile gaming at the 6th Pecha Kucha Night in Rotterdam’s Off_Corso. I was programmed as the first speaker, which was exciting (and also allowed me to benefit from the primacy effect, as my girlfriend pointed out). Colleague Iskander was kind enough to record the whole thing on his N70 (fittingly) and I present it here for your enjoyment or aggravation, whichever you prefer . The slides I used are over at SlideShare.
I’m still not sure the subject matter was appropriate for the event, considering the majority of speakers were either graphic designers, autonomous artists or architects. The crowd might’ve been a bit underwhelmed by my commercial and pop cultural references. Oh well, I had fun, I guess that’s the most important thing.
Many thanks to Nadine and Bart of Hunk Design for letting me loose on stage. ‘Nuff respect to all the presenters for taking the trouble of preparing a presentation. There were plenty of cool and inspiring ideas on show. Finally, thanks to the creators of all the images I used, you can find the credits in the SlideShare show.
Mobile Game Directions @ Pecha Kucha Night Rotterdam from Kaeru on Vimeo.
11 thoughts on “My Mobile Game Directions Pecha Kucha”
You did a great job! One of the few that uses the unique format of the pecha kucha presentation to create something extra (in stead of doing a normal presentation with some external limits).
Thanks Iskander, you’re too kind. :-)
Lovely slides! It reminds me a bit of jan chipchase’s presentation style. Great graphics, minimal text, supporting a narrative. Really excellent stuff… wish I coulda heard the talk.
Jonathan, thanks a bunch for the kind comments. It’s great to have a service like Slideshare to easily exchange presentations. Really nice work.
Kars, you did a great job. But Iskander, you to. This is good for a big steak. Thanks, Nicolette and Ben.
Thanks for letting me there. All was nice stuffs.
Ha die ma, Iskander is vega, dus een biefstuk is misschien niet de beste beloning! :-)
Dennis: graag gedaan, leuk dat je er bij was.
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