Spotlight on the new Entertainment Arts and Engineering Summer Camp.
EAE Graduate Program is rated #6 in the nation by the Princeton Review.
EAE Undergraduate Program is rated #2 in the nation by the Princeton Review.
Roger Altizer from the University of Utah EAE Program comments on violent video games.
2 News interviews faculty and students from the EAE program regarding the recent Princeton Review ratings.
From the Salt Lake Tribune – March 9, 2011 By Vince Horiuchi Both EAE Graduate Program and the EAE Undergraduate Program are ranked top 10 in the nation by Princeton Review. [more link=”http://deveae.finearts.utah.edu/wp-content/uploads/press/Tribune3-9-11.jpg” target=”_blank”]Read More[/more] The University of Utah is aiming for a high score on the leaderboard ranking best video-game schools in the country. The school’s undergraduate program was …
From Continuum Magazine – Spring 2011 Industry professionals from Disney and EA have taken an active interest in the EAE Master Game Studio program. Read More
Overview of the new Entertainment Arts and Engineering: Master Games Studio.
Realism in a Virtual World: Graphics, Movement, Touch & Smell Combine for a Lifelike Virtual Environment Reprinted from the University of Utah College of Engineering 2009 Research Report Although it may sound like futuristic science fiction, the pursuit of virtual reality technology—which allows a user to interact with a computer generated, simulated environment—has been around for years. In fact, in 1968 …