The Missouri University Lab for Educational Games (MULE) is sponsoring a student programming competition, using the C# language and many 3D content creation tools in the Unity game engine.
Sine Nomine Associates will help support this experience for the engineers of tomorrow by sponsoring one of our own engineers, Scott Courtney, to attend the April 20 through 22, 2018 event, where he has been invited to serve on the panel of judges for the contest. Game engine technology is used not only for entertainment, but also for architectural visualization, data visualization, simulation, telepresence, and training applications, such as the HydroSci environmental simulation project being created by the MULE students.
Scott has taken a leading role for Sine Nomine Associates in these areas, and SNA has a significant line of business in C# and Mono development. SNA is proud to support this fun and educational activity for future engineers.