Madej was invited by Newton Lee, her collaborator on a book on Disney, Disney Stories: Getting to Digital. Lee, who teaches Game Design at Woodbury, runs the series and invited Madej.
In Fall 2013, PhD student Andy Quitmeyer taught a new experimental digital media class called Cybiotic Interaction. Georgia Tech’s Computational Media department set aside a section of LMC 3710 Principles of Interaction Design for PhD students to experiment with teaching digital interactions in the real-world.
At the end of the fall 2013 semester, the Emergent Game Group released trailers for the projects that they produced.
A remembrance by Janet Murray, professor in the Graduate Program in Digital Media
Aaron Santesso, associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, was invited to a one-day symposium in New York, “Surveillance: What’s the Harm?” sponsored by the ACLU, Pen/America, and Fordham University’s Center for National Security.
Ph.D. Student Researcher Nettrice R. Gaskins Publishes Article on Advancing STEM Through Culture and Art
Gaskins' article appeared in the Fall Issue of Media-N journal.
Brittain Fellows and tenure line faculty presented panels and posters and read poetry at the 85th annual South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) conference in Atlanta, November 8-10.
New graduates from the Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts earn the fifth highest starting salaries among those with degrees in Humanities and Social Sciences according to a new report by NerdWallet.
Georgia State University and the Department of Communication sponsored the documentary symposium and screenings of Péter Forgács.
Poets Head and Wood represent LMC talent in three distinctly different publications.
Pressgram looks remarkably like other mobile apps specializing in photo editing and sharing, but with an important distinction—users publish pictures directly to their own websites using the app. John Saddington, creator of the app and alumnus of the School of Literature, Media and Communication, is betting Pressgram will be a subtle but clear alternative for how people choose to share their photo creations.
*Mask Work*, is recently out from Little Red Leaves' (LRL) Textile Series, which publishes small-run, handmade books using scrap fabrics.
John and his team will receive a $10,000 production grant from Hyundai to produce a short film that showcases the football related traditions that inspire Georgia Tech students.
This discussion will be held in the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall at The New School, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor, New York.
Game studies may be a relative newcomer to the academic arena, but its emergence during the past decade has brought an explosion of interdisciplinary discussion and cooperation.
Since 1947, DramaTech has served as the Institute's learning theatre. Learn more about their operations and legacy in this article from the Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine.
Neil Pradhan graduated from the School of Literature, Media, and Communication in 2009 with a Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction. Currently he is an user experience consultant for Infomatics Corp.