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ETC Class of 2018

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On the third Sunday of May, the ETC honored 73 students as we held the 2018 Diploma Ceremony at Heinz Field.  Following dinner, with fellow classmates, family, ETC faculty and staff the latest group of alumni received their Master of Entertainment Technology degrees from Carnegie Mellon University. This year’s ETC Alumni Award winner, Jon-Paul Dumont… Read more »

Hammer Receives 2018 Teaching Innovation Award

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Special thanks to the HCII department for this news story Jessica Hammer, assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University, jointly appointed in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) and the Entertainment Technology Center (ETC), has received the 2018 award for Teaching Innovation. All university award winners were recognized at the Celebration of Education awards ceremony and reception… Read more »

Digital District featured in CMU news story

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ETC student project team Digital District is featured in an article on Carnegie Mellon University’s news site for the collaborative work done with CMU’s School of Architecture, Heinz College of Information and System and Public Policy and the School of Design.   The team created a immersive and interactive experience using virtual reality to help city… Read more »

2018 CREATE! Festival Honorees

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This year 6 ETC student projects were named as Honorees in the Top Gaming + Education Projects of the Year as part of The CREATE! Festival & Awards.  One BVW world, Althea, was included in the Top Interactive Projects of the Year, not bad for a two week assignment from the ETC first year students.  The… Read more »

Faculty piece at interactive exhibit

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This year’s installment  of Digiplayspace at the TIFF Bell Lightbox includes ETC faculty member Heather Kelley’s commissioned piece, Hopscotch.  The exhibit aims to empower audiences to see everyday technologies in a new light, full of artistic expression and possibilities. An article in the Toronto Star describes the exhibition that runs now until April 22 as… Read more »

ETC at GDC 2018

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Each spring in San Francisco, over 26,000 programmers, artists, producers, game designers, audio professionals, business decision-makers and others involved in the development of interactive games and virtual reality gather to exchange ideas and shape the future of the industry game development industry at The Game Developers Conference (GDC).  The conference is always big part of… Read more »

Annual West Coast Trip

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The week before the spring semester starts, the ETC first year students participate in our annual West Coast Trip (WCT).   During this networking trip, the students visit potential employers in the entertainment technology industry as well as meet ETC alumni in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas.   The WCT also includes a… Read more »

Chat with Randy Pausch

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“It’s not about how to achieve your dreams, it’s about how to lead your life, … If you lead your life the right way, the karma will take care of itself, the dreams will come to you.” ― Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture Randy Pausch, Carnegie Mellon Professor of Computer Science and Human Computer Interaction, was a co-founder… Read more »

ETC project made CMU homepage

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Right before the winter break, CMU School of Architecture released a video featuring the work of ETC project PlastAR. The PlastAR project was from the spring 2017 semester, the team of ETC students worked with CMU School of Architecture professors  Francesca Torello and Joshua Bard and the Carnegie Museum of Art Hall of Architecture to… Read more »

ETC Project AR app being used in Carnegie Museum of Art

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During the spring of 2017 semester, team PlastAR worked with Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture and the Carnegie Museum of Art to create a compelling augmented reality experience using the Google Tango. Soon, the Carnegie Museum of Art Hall of Architecture will use tablets outfitted with the app, Plaster ReCast, to enhance a user’s… Read more »

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