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ETC faculty to present in the 2015 Havana International Art Biennale

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ETC Assistant Professor Ralph Vituccio and the Art Institute of Pittsburgh’s Director of Digital Media Andres Tapia-Urzua have been selected as one of only two Americans projects to present in the 2015 Havana International Art Biennale.   The festival will run from May 22 through June 22.   “The Oracle” is an interactive video art… Read more »

Vote for the ETC at CREATE 2015

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In the 2015 CREATEFest awards, Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) has student, faculty, spin-offs and alumni projects  in the Entertainment, Film & Digital Media category.  You have a chance to vote for your favorite project in this year’s Entertainment, Film & Digital Media category, by hitting the like button on the Facebook page… Read more »

The ETC at GDC

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Many of the Entertainment Technology Center alumni, faculty, students, and staff will be attending the Game Developers’ Conference again this year. The ETC will have a big presence games, sessions, round tables, and workshops. Below is a list of some of the participation of ETC folks during the Conference and Expo March 2-6 at the… Read more »

Advanced Screenwriting – an interdisciplinary course

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ETC Assistant Teaching Professor Chris Klug is featured with Professor of English Jane Bernstein in an article for a screenwriting course they are co-teaching this semester.   Below is an exerpt from the article written by Amanda King: “In TV screenwriting, dialogue is centrally important. The realities of production dictate it – a one-hour episode is… Read more »

Tune Train at GDC Next

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Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) alumni Michael Lee (MET ’13), Nate Levin (MET’14), and Assistant Teaching Professor Jiyoung Lee (MET ’06) were on hand to talk about the design of TuneTrain and its impact after launching at this year’s GDC Next Conference.  TuneTrain was one of the 7 apps chosen to pitch at… Read more »

ETC Spinoff company Etcetera Edutainment changes name to Simcoach Games

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OCTOBER 20, 2014 PITTSBURGH, PA – Etcetera Edutainment, Inc., a leader in delivering video game-based training simulations, game-based learning and “serious games” to organizations for nearly ten years, has announced that the company is now doing business under the name Simcoach Games. Simcoach®, with reference to “simulation” learning, stands for “Simple, Interactive,… Read more »

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