Motion capture studio joins UK developers' trade association
Motion capture company firm Centroid has become an affiliate member of Tiga.
The studio has performed mocap duties on a number of games, including Rock Band and Prince Caspian, and is owned by Traveller's Tales.
This year Centroid opened a new purpose built stage at Pinewood Studios, which it says is the largest motion capture stage in Europe. Its first project in the new building was Headcases for ITV.
Mike Stilgoe, Centroid’s director of operations, said: “Centroid has an excellent presence within the video games market. We are looking forward to further cementing our relation-
ships with the games industry in general and with Tiga and its membership in particular.”
Richard Wilson, CEO of Tiga, added: “I am delighted that Centroid has joined Tiga. I am confident that both Centroid and the Tiga membership will benefit from this new relationship.
“Tiga is building a strong network of businesses with an interest in the games development sector. This network provides the games development sector with a powerful voice in the heart of government and numerous networking and commercial op- portunities for individual businesses. This is a very exciting time for Centroid to join Tiga.”