Gaymer Night 2021February 19, 2021
2nd Annual Gaymer Night Hosted by EAE/ LGBTQ Center Monday 29 March 2021 7PM-9PM MST Join us for a completely VIRTUAL Gaymer Night to celebrate Pride Week at the University of Utah Monday, March 29th 2021. Just like the in person event last year we will have a keynote speech, music, games, and more! Everyone […]
The Gapp Lab Featured in University of Utah MagazineJanuary 22, 2021
University of Utah Magazine had a special feature on the future of videogames in the developing games for health! Learn about The Gapp Lab and how it’s work is influencing new technology in medical and mental health fields! SEE THE FULL STORY!
The Art Exhibit at ICIDS 2019 Art BookDecember 17, 2020
Created by Ryan Bown and Brian Salisbury, The Art Exhibit at ICIDS 2019 (International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling) is a celebration of artworks relevant to the field of interactive storytelling through the curated theme: “The Expression of Emotion in Humans and Technology.” This exhibit features work from 13 Digital Storytellers. Three certificates of excellence […]
EAE Play 2020 RecapDecember 10, 2020
The stream from Dec. 4th 2020 showed off over 30 student made games and other content! Watch the full twitch stream here: To see more details on the games that were shown Visit this page! Story from COE Click Here!
Roger Altizer on Cool Science RadioSeptember 10, 2020
Professor Roger Altizer discusses the Entertainment Arts and Engineering program with John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek this morning on Cool Science Radio.
Slug Magazine: THERAPEUTIC GAMES AND APPS LAB: CRAFT LAKE CITY DIY ENGINEERSSeptember 2, 2020
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The Gapp Lab is developing a video game to ease depression in older adultsSeptember 1, 2020
The University of Utah’s Gapp Lab has been featured in an article by The Salt Lake Tribune. The article discusses the Therapeutic Games and Apps lab’s work in therapeutic games and the landmark decision by the FDA for “allowing a video game to be marketed as a treatment for the first time.”