A steady stream of visitors to the first-ever Games Showcase were invited to play more than 25 board, card, mobile, and video games all created by Illinois State students, many of whom are enrolled in Creative Technologies’ game design sequence, while others are studying in programs such as information technology or are involved in gaming registered student organizations.
The Creative Technologies program will host its first ever face-to-face Games Showcase Friday, May 6, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Center for Visual Arts Room 110.
Two bachelor’s degrees in six years have left Matt Sears ’20 well educated, well experienced, and full of memories.
It was March 2021, and most businesses were closed amid another surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) infections and deaths across Brazil. Gloor, however, was continuing her work as art director and costume designer for a five-part television documentary titled Tramas da Moda (FashionNet), about the storied history of fashion in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
The Office of Student Research announced the winners of its third annual Image of Research competition and showcased all of the finalists’ entries at a reception February 9 at University Galleries.
University Galleries of Illinois State University is pleased to present the 2022 Faculty Biennial from January 10 through February 23, 2022.
In 2018 Dr. Roy D. Magnuson completed a user-friendly version of solsticeVR, a virtual reality tool that enables users to compose music. While his work on the “musical sandbox” proved to be a success, just one year later, development on an offshoot of this project began: a virtual reality tool conducting.
Take a moment to applaud these outstanding Illinois State University alumni.
Maxwell Winston has played video games from a lot of different eras and has seen everything the industry has to offer. Now the avid video game and software collector wants to create his own games and leave his own legacy.
Meet some of the Illinois State University undergraduate students who conducted research this summer through the Undergraduate Research Support Grant (URSG) program from the Office of Student Research.