World-renowned game designer Adrian Hon held a workshop for MOME Anim students

Date: 2023.10.10
How did a neuroscientist end up in game development? Animation students received an answer to this and many more questions at a workshop held by world-famous designer of the Zombies, Run! video game.

Although Adrien Hon’s name might be familiar to most people in relation to video games, the workshop for MOME Animation students held interest not just to those wanting to work in the same field. In fact, game designer and gamification critic Adrian Hon started out as a neuroscientist, providing him with a highly multidimensional mindset for his current job. He imparted the same approach at the private workshop event at MOME on 20 September, where participating students had the opportunity to practice game development methods in the physical space.

More photos of the event can be found on MOME's Flickr page: 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/momebudapest/albums/72177720311640693 

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