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Digital Futures to showcase next generation of developers

The University of Paisley will be exhibiting work from students graduating in computer animation, games development and multimedia communications at an event in Glasgow next week.

The Digital Futures exhibition is free to attend and will offer the opportunity to talk to students and view showreels of their final year work. There will also be a chance to meet University staff and discuss how digital media can be used for marketing and promotion.

The University's Media Prize 2005 will also be awarded at the event - a panel of judges from Axis Animation and Studio Django will select the best Year 4 student work, presenting the winner with a £500 prize.

"This event is the perfect opportunity for our students to showcase their practical expertise to industry," said Dr Chris Halsall, Dean of the School of Computing.

"It will also be the ideal chance for prospective students to find out more about the practical nature of our courses and the opportunity for members of industry to discover how digital media can aid their commercial development."

Digital Futures will take place on Wednesday June 8 at the Glasgow Science Centre, from 10.30am - 3.30pm. Tickets are available from the University of Paisley on 0141 849 4015, and samples of the students' work can be viewed on the Digital Futures website.

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