Most Innovative Newcomer Game 2015

Most Innovative Newcomer Game 2015, LUCID

LUCID, ein Studierenden-Projekt hat den Preis in der Kategorie Most Innovative Newcomer Game gewonnen. Das 5-Köpfige Team aus Österreich gewann den mit 1500€ und einer einjährigen Patenschaft von Kai Fiebig dotierten Preis. Der Nachwuchspreis wurde vom BIU – Bundesverband Interaktive Unterhaltungssoftware gesponsert. Carina Anziger, Philip Sonnleitner, Dominik Winter, Bianca Zankl und Florian Peinsold nahmen den Preis von Wolf Lang (Threaks) entgegen.

Team LUCID

Jurymitglied Leif Rumbke verlas die Laudatio und unterstrich dabei den klugen Einsatz von neuen Technologien:

“Each of the nominated games is based on an innovative element. The three entries show technological innovation, conceptual innovation (with political focus) and new ways to experience artworks transferred into a virtual world.
But innovation does not always have to be directly visible. It may not only be apparent in new technology, or only in an original concept. It may also take shape during the path of development. And it may even be located in a masterly orchestration of all senses that leads to a gaming experience which was formerly unknown.
The jury decided to award a game that offered an experience that none of us had encountered before. It combines all the ways in which innovation can become manifest in a game.
So the winners of the Most Innovative Newcomer Award are:
Carina Anziger, Philip Sonnleitner, Dominik Winter, Bianca Zankl and Florian Peinsold for LUCID.”

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