Lecturer in Games and Visual Effects, Staffordshire University
Craig Weightman is a lecturer in Games Programming at Staffordshire University. He is particularly interested in the zone where human psychology meets technology, an area that inevitably shows up in computer game design.
Craig’s research interests focus on how games and simulations can help us to reveal the nuances of human behaviour. In particular, Craig is interested in showing how the application of games and related technology can assist human beings in developing themselves and thus, impacting the positive development of society, in general.
May 29, 2020 14:34 pm UTC| Entertainment
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