In collaboration with Ford STEAM Experience, I set off on a mission to learn from a few of the brightest minds shaping what’s next across four distinct industries: mobility, space, food, and gaming.
Episode 1, Mobility: https://youtu.be/WgrDbvdkJiI
Episode 2, Space: https://youtu.be/GoH5WNTH6Ak
Episode 3, Food: https://youtu.be/ODkjDvlzExY
Episode 4, Gaming: https://youtu.be/TYF6FSMfVXo
a Movie by Karlie Kloss & Klossy Productions
directed by Eliza McNitt
Learn more about Kode With Klossy: https://www.kodewithklossy.com/
Learn more about Ford STEAM Experience: https://social.ford.com/content/ford-steam/
Producer: Annalora von Pentz & Libby de Leon
Editor: Alicia Shepard
Score by Mark Solomich
Creative Producer - Nic Stanich
Director of Photography: Ariel Pomerantz
Movi Op: David Markun
AC: Seannie Bryan
Gaffer: Kate Steinhebel
Sound: Kari Barber, Victoria Carrillo
Production Assistants: Suzanne Jennett, Esmeralda Pelayo
Awesome video! I've recently been discovering more and more amazing women involved in all different aspects of gaming (from devs to streamers to talent managers and more) and, as someone who grew up gaming with almost entirely guys, it's super inspiring!
Isn't the idea that there is a "female perspective" sexist? Your essentially saying because I am a woman I have unique opinions and ideas that only women have. How about empowering people based on their competence and qualifications rather than a focus on immutable characteristics like race and gender. Sorry but just because your a woman doesn't mean what your saying is more valid. That is the textbook definition of sexism. Respect woman and men the same way.
yes of course there are more men in those industries than women, but that led to people thinking men can do the jobs better than women, this video is just about showing that women can do the job just as well. Sadly there are still a lot of people who do not believe that they can.
Sandrine Georg why do you need to try and change peoples' interests? It's not a stereotype that men are more interested in video games/STEM than women. It is proven by scientifically studies from around the world, even in the most equal societies on Earth like Sweden there are huge disparities in the careers and interests of men and women. That's not a bad thing, it's human nature.
Karlie, can you ask her to see if they can re-release Activision Anthology for Xbox One, and PS4?
I'll give you a fun fact..... River Raid was made by a woman (Carol Shaw? That was a guess, without looking).
magnifique tour après l'ingénieurie les ingénieurs femmes chez Ford, le spatial saturne Cassini les astronautes, la nourriture scientifique, les développeurs des jeux, j'ai aimé vos vidéos vous avez de la chance de côtoyer des gens avec qui vous pouvez créer un dialogue compréhensif entre les interlocuteurs. Personnellement je n'ai jamais cette chance impossible de dialoguer des problèmes non résolus en copropriété ou ailleurs. Pourquoi ne sont-ils pas résolus ? Pourquoi le harcèlement moral au téléphone sans connaître les gens leur vie leur contrat facture leur besoin et doléance. bref merci pour la sobriété de vos images.21h40'
- A very good video but you might think about adding one more segment, the professional woman gamer or e-sports gamer and that business avenue (competition, YouTube, and Twitch). There are many folks out there, but the one of the top of my head is Optic Midnight. She’s gone through many aspects of the professional side of gaming. An interview with her might be worth it. iJustine can hook you up with the connection to the Optic organization.
Girls just need a bit of shia labeauf memes in their life... JUST DO IT!
Seriously though ... all of these come down to "Well i did not know if I could, then I did and I could, and now I do"
At some point you need to look in the mirror and stop blaming others.
I don't see that big of a future for videogames. Like journalists called gamers sexists and racists and stuff, just cause they disagreed with some lady game developer giving sexual favors to a journalist dude for good reviews for her game. Battlefield is good, Call of duty is boring and has no substance nowadays. And in mobas like the last fallout are just boring, even if they look good, they got the same boring quests and no substance when it comes to the story. Online multiplayer games like world of tanks and warthunder can easily be summoned by "pay to win", and a lot of grinding. Warframe is awesome. And look people, I don't wanna be mean but even if you asked about "diversity of thought" in the end you focused on "the female perspective" which sounds a little bit exclusionary to me. Like if I'd be a rabid feminist I'd call you transphobic and all that cause nowadays it's "more than 2 genders". And like if you wanna look at what progressivism does to businesses then you should look at Marve Comics, look at Mass Effect Andromeda (can you even imagine how bad must that model that they used for the default female character feel after seeing how they made her look? I don't wish that on anyone). Dark souls remastered is kinda bad from what I've heard. I'm just saying like....not a great time to hop into the gaming industry. Oh and if you think you need inspiration from good games I've heard that the new God of War is awesome but you should play the last DOOM game, that awesome to.I wish you luck and I hope you do great things and who knows, maybe create a game or help someone create a game or make an awesome documentary or whatever it is you try to do. Have a nice day!
Thanks for doing this for us Karlie!!!!! This is amazing!!!! I only just subbed today but i know i will be back! I'm from your video with Justine on her channel you did of the Camo cake! Loved that & love this!!! You rock & thanks for inspiring girls/adult teen girls to live your dreams no matter what! <3-Elizabeth
The issue I have with Gaming is that it actually is really bad for people. They do nothing for your intellectual development. They only make you train and enhance your animal instincts, which is not positive. They get already young kids addicted, they’re considered to be a drug, and they take natural scruples away. I experienced it myself: when you game, you loose a certain ability to stay perfectly concentrated on one difficult issue. I’m still dealing with what gaming did to me. Movies, and books especially, on the other hand, are the best you could use after travelling to become a more rational, more intelligent, more mature, simply a more human person.
This was my favourite one! Thank you Karlie and thanks to these amazing women who are changing our world and the wrong perspective ppl have about girls who code or like tech. Girls can do it too. I studied mobile app development and i wish i could have had more fellow girls in my class but i hope more girls get interested in knowing more about it. And also i want to do a great job now that finished university and prove myself. Maybe one day i could do something in my country like Kode With Klossy, that's the dream. Thank you for inspire me every day. I love you Karlie.
*Justine! I was not expecting to see one of my favorite YouTubers on this channel as well!* I don't code, but I am an animator and editor so I work with computers a lot. When I make tech videos, Justine is definitely my biggest inspiration! ❤️
Lindsay Daly oh that’s interesting!! For me I’m taking computer engineering so I sort of take inspiration and motivation from Justine to basically love what I am doing! So keep loving what u do!! Good luck
I’m on the bus right now I couldn't found my headphones so I did definitely watched all of those videos without my headphones 😆 and I don’t even care the looks that people gave me because I'm happy to see you ♥️😍
There simply aren't enough women behind our video games -- and the impact is far reaching. I just feel like women should be creating the characters they're playing. That's why Dayo's work is so important.