Explore! brings inquiry-based learning to the world of augmented reality with lab sets that fit right in your favorite child's pocket. Our educational gaming products engage Explorers through a visual, auditory and tactile learning environment to progress through standards-based science, technology, engineering, and math curricula, while leaving plenty of room for imaginative play.
Part of the University of Central Florida, the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA) offers an industry-based graduate gaming education in a world-class facility in downtown Orlando. It was named the #1 graduate game-development program in 2016 by Princeton Review and its 606 graduates are working at more than 141 companies around the globe. In 16 months, students learn to be a producer, programmer or artist and earn a Master’s degree in Interactive Entertainment.
Experience games made by students from the Parsons School of Design at the New School. Student games include: "Opinions" by Yanbin Song, "Clairvoyance" by Varapong "Neil" Techapanichgul, "Whale Heard" by Anny Chang, "Tales of the Aswang” by Paolo Villanueva, "Dreamine" by Fanyun Peng, "Polar" by Aimee Abalos, “VRbal” by Chanel Luu Hai.
The ETC is a professional graduate program focusing on interactive entertainment as it is applied across a variety of fields. Our mission is to provide leadership in education and applied research that combines technology and art, to explore learning, storytelling, innovation and entertainment, and to create experiences that educate, engage and inspire.
A research-intensive school primarily known for its engineering, science and management programs. The school also has a humanities division with eight majors. Undergraduate students are encouraged to get involved in research projects and develop new technologies through the school's Technogenesis philosophy.
BBC’s natural history programmes have long exposed the beauty and fragility of our planet to a global audience, and inspired interest in the current state and future of life on Earth. Now BBC Studios, Google and Preloaded have teamed up to bring fans of the BBC’s natural history programmes an immersive real-time virtual reality experience inspired by series like Blue Planet II and Planet Earth II.