Below are all the student teams that are presenting at COMX. Click on a team to find out more.
Pulse Studios is creating a fast paced first person shooter involving 8 players, having the classic red team vs blue team.
Wishee is a price comparison, wish-listing service. Create and share wish-lists with friends and family, who can compare the price of gifts from leading retailers. Once an item has been purchased it will disappear meaning, no repeat gifts!
Zero Order is a fast paced, sci-fi racer multiplayer game where players battle against each other. Players will need to use their ships boost thrusters and the obstacles placed on the unique race tracks to destroy their enemies and take first place.
Student Loot is an upcoming box subscription service that is aimed exclusively at students. Each month you receive items that are tailored to your interests and hobbies. With student loot, we want to take the hassle out of deciding what items to buy for university and create a product we know you will love and use.
Live League is a CMS eSports Tournament System which allows amateur and professional gamers, including teams and individuals to participate in tournaments which will be free to join and some at a cost where players will have the chance to win prizes.
A team that strives to enhance the Computer Games Design course and support students in the School of Computing. We were picked based on our specialities, consistent level of work, and good teamwork.
D14 is a student founded, owned and operated Creative Design consultancy which is affiliated with the University of Gloucestershire based at the Park Campus in Cheltenham.
Using our specialist skills, we progress our client’s ideas to make them a reality. We will provide them with fresh ideas, detailed research, solution development and initial prototyping.
DigiSign is an advanced Digital Signage system with usability in mind. The system is highly scalable and adaptable through a web based UI and can be easily tailored to individual client needs.
Inspired by games such as Left 4 Dead and XCOM; Guiding Light is a top-down strategy game where players need to save and guide a group of survivors away from monsters that have taken over the world. The goal of this project is to create a fun and unique game, which can be played on PC and touch screen devices.
We are making the game Euro Racer. A game where the drivers and from different countries around Europe who have been given a comic spin to them. This will be a racing game with the main selling points being the accessibility of the game. We will be making the game with Eye tracking and with the ability of changing textures and colours for people with colour blindness and methods of communicating elements for people who are hard of hearing.
We are creating a 2D Mobile platform game, inspired by Greek gods. Gameplay revolves around users playing as one of 4 characters, each with unique abilities. Each level has branching paths with sections that can only be traversed by one character, encouraging multiple playthroughs with the different characters. Current planned characters are based around: Speed, Strength, Jumping and Time. Planned engine is Unity. A landing page will be created for the game containing promotional material and a link to the game.
The aim of this project is to create a student organisation system to assist students in effectively managing their time. The project uses a mobile application as an interface for students to view records, upcoming events, tasks and notifications. The project also intends to replace traditional paper registers, using a Raspberry Pi integrated with an NFC reader and student cards for recording lecture attendance to a MySQL database.
Forensic Solutions is a 5 member team of forensic computing students with varying skill set who aim to bring credit card fraud into focus by creating awareness on the impact it has on individuals and businesses in the united kingdom. We further want viewers of this video trailer to be made aware of the role digital forensic experts have in bringing perpetrators of credit card fraud to justice by investigating a cyber-crime forensic image that involves preserving and extracting digital evidence in a way that is admissible in a court.
Super Security Forensics
We are all currently Forensic Computing students in our final year to which we all have different skillsets enabling us to excel throughout our project. We are going to engage in a mock scenario investigating a cyber-stalking case involving a mobile phone which has been confiscated from a suspect. Throughout the investigation, we are going to compare commercial and open source forensic tools and evaluate the pros and cons of each.
Digital Print is a forensic discovery company, comprised of four final year Forensic Computing students. As a team, they will be creating a mock scenario which will include a robbery case involving a mobile phone and memory sticks, which have been confiscated from the suspects. Alongside this, the team will be comparing the commercial and open source forensic tools and discover the advantages and disadvantages of both. With varying skillsets, Digital Print are able to conquer any problem thrown their way.
Odin Forensics, is a fictional digital forensics company, which has been tasked with examining a cyber-crime; one of the requirements of this examination is to use two different tools that utilise forensic analysis software to compare results and assess their effectiveness. The goal of the project is to showcase the skill set of the team; in particular their organisational skills, team working, creativity and of course their aptitude for computer forensics.