Adam Clayden


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Senior Lecturer

My current research interests involve an area of development known as 'serious games'. This involves projects such as gaming for the visually impaired, virtual reality applications, and early years’ educational games. I am also interested in pedagogic research, with an emphasis on the gamification of teaching and learning.

I am also interested in games development on multiple platforms.

Teaching and supervision

I teach the following modules on BSc Games Software Development.

CET101 Fundamentals of Computing
CET218 Games Assets Development
CET219 Games Programming
CET328 Games Platform Programming

Areas of expertise

Games development using Unity3D
Indie games development for PC and mobile
Gaze-contingent eye tracking

Last updated 29 November 2017