Author: OregonGames

Oregon can be the Magrathea of AR & VR

We’ve entered the age of holograms.  Remember Tony Stark building his suit in Iron Man, or for those who remember life before 1990, the Enterprise holodeck?  We’re pretty much there, and Oregon’s virtual and mixed reality development scene is attracting a lot of attention.  It’s easy to see why folks are looking around – the virtual and mixed reality markets… Read more →

Game On 2016 to feature Gamification & the $150B VR/AR Industry

We’re shaking things up a bit for Game On this year – and for good reason.  The Virtual and Mixed Reality market is supposed to be worth $150B by 2020, and much of this growth will come from enterprise applications built on platforms like Hololens and Oculus for industries including architecture, engineering, healthcare, education and consumer products.  But what does this… Read more →

Oregon Games Organization Advocates for Incentives

Oregon Games Organization’s been busy for the last few months – including finding a new name and electing our first board – and the lingering buzz from this morning’s latte and my sense of guilt for letting months go by without giving everyone an update on the latest have finally glued me to my keyboard. OGO’s mission is to make Oregon the best… Read more →

Looking for a job in video games?

Here’s a list of companies who are currently hiring as well as some community resources for jobs.  Don’t see your company or resource on the list?  Let us know…we don’t have email set up yet, so just leave a comment; we’ll add your link to the list once it’s vetted.   Liquid Development Brainium Studios  Super Genius   Pagoda West… Read more →

On to 2015!

Whew! Well it’s safe to say that you all are pretty amazing.  Game On was a huge success; we’re delighted and honored that we had such an amazing response from the craftspeople and companies that make Oregon Video Games great. Board members Rick Turoczy and Paul Culp summed it up pretty well.  Paul wrote thusly: When we announced we were… Read more →