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 Disney animators help Vizzers create videos in industry class

Vizzers collaborate with Disney pros

posted November 17, 2011
The secret afterhours lives of office supplies were revealed in three video shorts developed by graduate Texas A&M visualization students last summer under the guidance of visiting professionals from Walt Disney Animation Studios during the department's annual summer industry course.
Viz symposium showcases student, faculty projects

Viz students, faculty projects showcased

posted November 14, 2011
Faculty and graduate students at Texas A&M’s Department of Visualization took a few minutes each to presented their current research and creative endeavors Oct. 18, 2011 during the department’s fast-paced second annual research symposium held on the fourth floor of the Langford C building.
Applications being accepted for new MFA-Visualization degree

Applicants sought for new MFA-Viz degree

posted November 14, 2011
The Department of Visualization at the Texas A&M College of Architecture is offering a new, technology-infused Master of Fine Arts degree program that in fall 2011 will begin preparing students for careers in digital art education, fine arts, entertainment and media industries, as well as art as a vocation.
Students Compete in IVC Competition

Students Compete in IVC Competition

posted November 10, 2011
Nine students from the Department of Visualization competed in the sixth annual Immersive Visualization Competition hosted by the Immersive Visualization Center (IVC).
17th century shipwreck sails again in 3-D model by former student

Vizzer models 17th century shipwreck

posted November 1, 2011
The American Bureau of Shipping’s latest quarterly publication includes an article about a centuries-old Portuguese shipwreck brought back to life in an immersive, 3-D model created by former Texas A&M Master of Visualization Sciences student Audrey Wells ’08.