The UB GameLab is designed to support interdisciplinary research in games and media. The center complements classroom learning and prepares students to apply their knowledge to meaningful applied research in games and emerging technologies. This educational research facility is equipped with immersive, visualization and interactive game technologies.
GameLab is ideal for students in the B.S. in Simulation and Digital Entertainment program, with virtual reality systems, audio recording/engineering studio and other technologies readily available to support their research. The center is available to any student interested in conducting research in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) through the Arts.
Students at the GameLab produce a quality portfolio that they can use post-graduation and apply for jobs. Interns can receive credit or get paid for their work. Visit the GameLab Blog to learn more about student work.
To learn more about the GameLab, its ongoing projects, and partnership inquiry, please contact Sujan Shrestha, assistant professor in the Division of Science, Information Arts and Technology.