Topics: College of Communication Information and Media, Emerging Media, College of Fine Arts, College of Architecture and Planning
November 2, 2007
Ball State University will display a variety of innovative projects Nov. 5-8 during the Digital Exchange Showcase.
The event will highlight research and digital materials produced by Ball State's Center for Media Design (CMD) and the Digital Exchange, an initiative funded with a $20 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to enhance the university's innovative, immersive and educational experiences for students in digital technology.
In addition, visitors may review HD movies, animations, digitally produced prototypes and other projects created by CMD-administered institutes and other units, including the Institute for Digital Entertainment and Education (IDEE), the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts and Animation (IDIAA), the Institute for Digital Fabrication (IDF) and the Digital Corps.
Projects will be on display in the David Letterman Communication and Media Building atrium.
For times and more information, go to www.bsu.edu/cmd/media/general/showcase1.jpg or contact Sam Gibbs, CMD communications coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-285-8118.