Organizers would like to thank this year's kind supporters of the IGF, including Microsoft Studios (Platinum Sponsor), Valve (Platform Sponsor), DigiPen Institute of Technology (Platinum Student Showcase Sponsor), and Le Cnam ENJMIN (Gold Student Showcase Sponsor).
What does DIT stand for?
DIT stands for DigiPen Institute of Technology
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- Design Implementation Technology
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- Details In Thread (forums & BBSs)
- Detroit Income Tax
- Detroit Institute of Technology
- Deutscher Investment Trust
- Diet-Induced Thermogenesis
- Differential Impedance Transducer
- Digital Imaging Technician (film and television industry)
- Diploma in Information Technology
- Director of Income Tax (India)
- Directorate of Information Technology (various locations)
- Directory Information Tree
- Disability Insurance Trust
- Divemaster in Training (rescue diving)
- Division Internationale du Travail (French: International Division of Labor)
- Documentation, Information and Training
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In addition, he serves as an executive advisor and chief financial officer at DigiPen Institute of Technology, a privately-owned accredited computer science, simulation and game development school in Redmond.
DigiPen Institute of Technology, in Washington state, charges students pounds 35,000 to teach them the skills needed to create the next Pac-Man.
SEATTLE -- Game Education Summit (GES), an annual gathering of faculty from university, college and vocational schools that offer game development courses, has been rescheduled to Wednesday - Thursday, August 24 - 25 at DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash, just outside Seattle.
23 - 25, 2011 at DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash.
Gear, by Team 3 from the Digipen Institute of Technology, and Cogs, by San Francisco-based Lazy 8 Studios, were declared the two grand prize winners out of the more than 250 entries received.
The conference is being hosted at DigiPen Institute of Technology, recently named one of the top game design schools by the Princeton Review.
The team members are students at the Digipen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash.