A student at DigiPen, a video gaming 'university'
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'Gaming university' founder sets out his plans

Richard Taylor, the BBC's North America Technology Correspondent, talks to Claude Comair, founder of the Digipen Institute of Technology, a 'video gaming university' based in Seattle.

At present the institution has about 1,500 undergraduate students, but later this year Mr Comair plans to open up the college to children, from kindergarteners as young as five up to 12-year-olds.

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  • 17 Feb 2014