Next week, the gang goes to Philadelphia!
Episode 2 of The Laboratory is ready for peer review!
E7 Co-Founders Geoffrey Zatkin and Demetri Detsaridis along with host Coray Seifert join the one and only Greg Tito of Wizards of the Coast to talk about Dungeon Chess, favorite Dungeons & Dragons memories, and most importantly - proper dice hygiene.
Hi! My name is Coray Seifert, I’m the Director of Production here at Experiment 7 and this is my first post on the E7 blog. I’ve been working on VR games in various capacities for the past 4 years, first with Impeller Studios, then with Autodesk’s AR/VR Interactive Group, but most meaningfully with the fine folks here at Experiment 7. Over that time, I’ve made a number of horrific mistakes that haunt my dreams to this day. I’d like to share some of them with you!
Last blog post I talked about how we were creating “games on tables” for our Magic Table™ platform.
We’re making a series of beautiful environments where you can meet up with your friends from around the world. In the middle of each of these environments is a “Magic Table™” that can spawn any number of games that are played on tables.
Welcome to the first Experiment 7 blog post—the one where we finally start talking about what we’re doing.
But before that, hello! I’m Geoffrey “GZ” Zatkin, co-founder and creative director of Experiment 7. I’ve been working in the game industry for over two decades, and was an indie developer before that. I was fortunate enough to have been a member of the original EverQuest design team, and worked in senior/lead design positions on a decade of massively multiplayer online games (MMOs). In 2006 I co-founded the game research company EEDAR, and more recently co-founded Experiment 7 with the help of some of my favorite game industry people.