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Emory hosts video game and technology summer camps for kids 7-17

iD (Internal Drive) Gaming Academy will bring its residential and day camp programs in video game design and other computer-related technologies to the Emory University campus this summer.

Students ages 13-18 can attend iD’s two-week residential camps, which provide intensive training in a single area of game development: 3-D modeling, game programming or level design. Camps will be held July 3-15 and July 17-29. Campers live on campus in Emory dorms. Cost is $3,299 per two-week session.

Emory will also host a number of iD Tech Camps, which are day camps with some overnight options. These week-long camps for kids 7-17 focus on topics in video game design, web design, video editing, programming and robotics. Camp fees are $799-$899 per week.

iD is offering $75 off camp registrations until Jan. 31. They also offer a $50 discount for siblings or for multiple weeks.

 

(NOTE: Link to this program was removed April 29, 2013, at the request of Internal Drive.)

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