Interactive Media students will be showcasing their cutting-edge work at the Interactive Media End of Year Show. The event provides the opportunity for students to share their creations with the public, while attendees experience the fun of interactive design.
“There’s always a buzz around the event showcasing innovations and an exchange of ideas where students get to try projects worked on by their peers. It’s also a community event where family, friends, and faculty come together to have fun and see what students have been working on all semester,” said Kim Grinfeder, associate professor in the Department of Cinema and Interactive Media.
The showcased work will range from interactive installations, games, and websites, to large visualizations, AR and VR projects.
“The Interactive Media End of Year Show gives students a chance to share ideas, meet new people, and see what others are working on,” said Grinfeder.
Join the SoC in celebrating its students’ meaningful work on Thursday, May 2 at 5 p.m. in the Koenigsberg and Nadal Interactive Media Center.