Entertainment Arts & Engineering

The screenshot of the video game appears to be in outer space - the background is black with gray specs that might be stars scattered. A white rectangle takes up the majority of the frame in the middle—it's coated in a texture that looks like breaking ice, with lavender duding. Across the middle are stacks of blue 3-dimensional rectangles. On the ends are golden symbols that look like a hand fan. There are black holes going diagonally across the middle, as if the white rectangle has dimension holes in it.

Get in the game

University of Utah’s top-ranked video games program to show off new games under development during “EAE Play 2020.”


Fruitful undergrad teaching

Professor Robert R. Kessler has been named to receive the IEEE Computer Society Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award.


A WHOLE NEW GAME

A virtual reality simulation for social work students that recreates a home environment so they can better prepare to check for potential hazards.


AHEAD OF THE GAME

U esports to compete in Blizzard Entertainment games “Overwatch” and “Hearthstone.”


GAME ON!

The U forms first varsity esports program in the Power Five conferences.


CHECK OUT THE TECH

Microsoft Hololens, 3-D printing, workshops and more now at the Marriott Library.


EYE ON THE PRIZE

Video game created by U students helps combat lazy eye in kids.


EAE BRINGS ITS ‘A’ GAME

The Entertainment Arts & Engineering program at the U is the No. 1 undergraduate school for studying game design, according to the Princeton Review.


HIGH SCORE FOR THE U’S EAE PROGRAMS

University of Utah’s game programs ranked no. 1 and 2 by Princeton Review.