Exploring OpenAI as a tool for game development

About this event 

Games Programming students’ assignment was to undertake some primary research into the use of OpenAI tools for developing a game or other interactive scenario, to write a report and demonstrate with working examples.   

This presentation showcased their work, which included demos of procedural generation of 3D objects and in-game textures, code support to facilitate programming in C#, managed dialogue generation for in-game agents and as a fully realised and random dungeon game environment that remembers player movements and actions. 

This project was further developed into a journal paper, co-authored by tutor Dr Fiona French with students David Levi, Aiste Simonaityte, Greg Varda, Csaba Maczo and Stefanos Triantafyllidis  

Selection of computer-generated 3D objects and texture

Image: Selection of computer-generated 3D objects and textures produced by BSc Games Programming students. Credits: Csaba Maczo and Aiste Simonaityte, with the help of OpenAI tools.


Date/time Tuesday 4 July 2023,  4.15pm 
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In-person, Tower Building Graduate Centre, London Metropolitan University, 166–220 Holloway Road, London, N7 8DB


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