STUDENTS of Solent University are set to launch a new exhibition called Game Art Expo this month. 

The exhibit is created by the second-year Game Art students and will feature a collection of photogrammetry, which is the art of extracting 3D information from photos, and videogame artwork for the local community.

The student-led display aims to give an important insight into contemporary videogame art techniques while also providing a forum for students to present their work.

William Poy, a second-year Game Art student who contributed to the project, says: "It feels rewarding to be able to showcase artwork that we have worked hard on this semester. The fact that we, as a cohort of students, have worked together to organise this event also gives me a sense of pride." 

Meanwhile, Dr ​Nick Hampton, Game Art lecturer at Solent University, says: 

"'CGA Expo’ will exhibit our students' fresh, relevant, and exciting artwork. It’s a fantastic opportunity for the students to show their work to the public, and for the public to find out more about current videogame art techniques. I think the event will be a great experience for everyone, students and visitors alike."

The exhibition is open to the public on Friday, 8 April from 1pm until 4pm in The Spark building, Solent University. 

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