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EAE Open House 2010 Highlights

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[vc_text_separator title="EAE Open House 2010" title_align="separator_align_center"][vc_column_text] The very first EAE Open House showcased prototypes and games from Cohort 1 and capstone classes. It was also the very first appearance of the legendary EAE cake! Student presented what they had learned over the first official semester of classes and demoed some great prototypes and research games. [/vc_column_text][vc_gallery type="nectarslider_style" interval="3" images="10914,10915,10916,10917,10918,10919,10920,10921,10922,10923,10924,10925,10926,10927,10928,10929,10930,10931,10932,10933,10934,10935,10936,10937,10938,10939,10940,10941,10942,10943,10944,10945,10946,10947,10948,10949,10950,10951,10952,10953,10954,10955,10956,10957,10958,10959,10960,10961,10962,10963,10964,10965,10966,10967,10968,10969,10970" layout="3" ...

U. of U. student's film wins prize at international festival – SL Tribune

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From the Salt Lake Tribune – Published on Dec 9, 2011 10:32AM By Sean Means A University of Utah film student’s look at virtual reality has won him a very real prize in this reality. “Eden,” a short by third-year U. of U. film student Luke Hartvigsen, was named best sci-fi film at the International Student Film Festival Hollywood earlier this month. The 11-minute …

New Video Game to Help Kids With Cancer – Reuters

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From Reuters New Video Game to Help Kids With Cancer * Reuters is not responsible for the content in this press release.  Mon Sep 26, 2011 12:01am EDT New Video Game to Help Kids With Cancer Even super heroes need a chance to get better, especially if they’ve been fighting their arch-nemesis and a robotic crab that just won’t go away. …