In the Lab

Playing Around, Taken Seriously: A Series

Michael Karlesky recently gave a talk at Cornell as part of their d:Tech series called Playing Around: Taken Seriously.  Humans have been playing with technology for all of recorded history (think way bigger than video… Read More…

Also posted in Front Page, News |

Lab Grad Student Launches Startup from NYU’s Summer Launch Pad

A class project has evolved into a startup for Human Computer Interaction researcher and computer science Ph.D. candidate Mike Karlesky. “It's much easier to understand when you try it than to describe it in words,”… Read More…

Also posted in News |

Lab Grad Student Launches Startup from NYU’s Summer Launch Pad

A class project has evolved into a startup for Human Computer Interaction researcher and computer science Ph.D. candidate Mike Karlesky. “It's much easier to understand when you try it than to describe it in words,”… Read More…

Also posted in News |

[Cancelled] Game Design Workshop with Greg and Mattia of Giant Mechanic and Come Out & Play

  We regrettably announce that the game design workshop with Greg and Mattia has been cancelled due to technical difficulties. But be sure to join us on May 8 for Play Day where you will get… Read More…

Also posted in come out and play, Events |

[Cancelled] Game Design Workshop with Greg and Mattia of Giant Mechanic and Come Out & Play

  We regrettably announce that the game design workshop with Greg and Mattia has been cancelled due to technical difficulties. But be sure to join us on May 8 for Play Day where you will get… Read More…

Also posted in come out and play, Events |

PlayDay at NYU-Poly Game Innovation Lab, 8th May 2013

  Play Day at NYU-Game Innovation lab on 8th May, 2013 will give you a chance to play award winning games by Kaho Abe, Howard Tso and our very own GIL creation Yamove! RSVP Here on… Read More…

Also posted in Events, Front Page, Wriggle, YaMove! |

Indie Tech Talk 10: The 6502 and You with Don Miller

  Don Miller will discuss the 6502, the 8-bit microprocessor responsible for your fondest childhood memories: the Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari 2600, Commodore 64, and Apple IIe. More than just a tech talk, he will… Read More…

Also posted in BabyCastles, Events, Indie Tech Talks, IndieTechTalks |

Indie Tech Talk 10: The 6502 and You with Don Miller

  Don Miller will discuss the 6502, the 8-bit microprocessor responsible for your fondest childhood memories: the Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari 2600, Commodore 64, and Apple IIe. More than just a tech talk, he will… Read More…

Also posted in BabyCastles, Events, Indie Tech Talks, IndieTechTalks |

Sifteo Game Jam Success!

“They’re going to start giving these things out at McDonald’s,” joked Mike Frasco ’13DM as he surveyed the tiny, plastic cubes laid out for the Game Innovation Lab’s latest Game Jam event on a recent… Read More…

Also posted in Events, Game Jam, News | Tagged |

Games in Engineering: Research Grand Challenges

Join us for this panel discussion with experts in the field, Katherine Isbister, Michael Mateas and Anrew Nealen, moderated by Alex Pasternack. It's happening on March 14, 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm at the Game Innovation Lab…. Read More…

Also posted in Events |

Events

October 2

2nd of October, 2017 Location: NYU Metrotech Campus, New York Schedule: TBA WOPAG is an informal gathering, where our speakers are encouraged to talk about ongoing and future research. The idea is to talk about… Read More…