"Art Of Video Games:The Positive Effect Games Have on Us"

The Art Of Video Games is an upcoming documentary on game art, game designers, and some of the positive effects games have on our society. Over the next several months, we will be traveling to game developers all over the US, including game media outlets such as IGN to gain their perspective on the industry, offering an inside look for gamers and non-gamers alike. A small sample of the subjects that will be examined here are..... -How game art has evolved from 1980-present day
-How the setting of a game inspires players
-Exploring jaw-dropping moments that emerge players in the games they play
-How level design and puzzle building represent a new form of art career that is becoming more relevant
-How games seem more ready to evolve to a more productive way of doing things and how game designers understand what kind of work motivates a gamer
-Why Games make ordinary people feel like they are doing extraordinary things
-How Multiplayer games already have gamers trained to work together for the good of the team, and how those skills are applied in the real world
-How MMO type games can be used to better prepare us for dealing with events like 9/11, Katrina, and Sandy
-How each new console brought fourth the excitement of better graphics
-How the Military uses video game interface to train troops.
-The deep connection between classic art and game art
-Why Video games are an evolution in the history of Art
-How Atmospheric perspective used in games has increased with each console.
-How the developer needs to figure out what kind of emotion they want the player to feel through Color. Shape. Scale.
-How achievements or trophies people seem to strive for while playing a game can reflect the desire to achieve goals in the real world
-It's quite possible that the creative teams behind these games are society's most qualified to shape the future of the real world.
-The real world is where we see the present. Games help us see how great the future can be



The Kickstarter Page is coming soon. For now feel free to donate to the project and enter your information if donating over $15 for digital copy when film is complete.