Michael Alexander hears why there’s something for everyone at the new Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt exhibition which opens at the V&A Dundee on April 20.
Abertay University in Dundee is celebrating after its video games degrees were ranked as the best in Europe for the fifth year running.
The benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) are evident, but is it also a threat to the very existence of humanity? Michael Alexander sought the opinions of experts.
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction.
Michael Alexander speaks to renowned American artist, activist and academic Joseph DeLappe who reveals why Dundee already feels “so much like home” since he took on a top job at Abertay University.
They're moving almost too quickly for the eye to see. It seems incredible that two little joysticks can control such a blur of movement.
A Dundee gamer is gearing up for a 24 hour game marathon to raise money for charity.
Turnover in Dundee’s booming digital sector has more than doubled in just four years, according to a major new report.
Ahead of the latest Saturday Evening Lecture, pioneering Dundee University education lecturer Derek Robertson tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER why schools should be doing much more to understand the digital spaces occupied by children and how these can influence learning.
The number of computer games firms plying their trade in Scotland has rocketed 600% in the last five years fuelled by the industry’s Dundee powerbase.