Student-run CG-animated short film produced entirely by Cogswell College students follows on the heels of award winning projects ‘Worlds Apart’ and ‘The Offering.’
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Industry Advisory Board for new certificate program includes Citrix Systems’ Fabien Bourdon, CloudPic founder & CEO Richard Chuang, Geomedia’s Jeremy Kenisky, Jaunt VR’s Curt Miyashiro, and Azimyth Creation Studio founder & CEO Stephanie Riggs.
Prestigious Princeton Review ranks San Jose’s Cogswell College #19 in a list of the top 50 game design programs.
Distinguished member of the Cogswell College board of directors receives his second Academy Award for his groundbreaking design work of the PDI/DreamWorks Animation Media Review System.
Cogswell student-designed virtual reality app is named Best in Show by Google’s 2015 Project Tango Developer competition.
‘Room Modes Calculator’ and ‘We Are Cubed’ among 48 finalists for Google’s 2015 Project Tango developer contest.
Originally prototyped during the 2015 Global Game Jam by Cogswell students Christian Sasso and Steven Ulrich, ‘We Are Cubed’ is the next evolution of 3D puzzle game.
600-student educational institution offering a unique curriculum fusing digital art, engineering and entrepreneurship, will relocate to a new site at 191 Baypointe Parkway in San Jose, CA.
Game Design Engineering student Christian Sasso serves as lead engineer for virtual reality game ‘We R Ball’ for Google Cardboard using Unity and C#.
Academy Award-winning Walt Disney Animation Studios director Patrick Osborne to deliver keynote address during Cogswell College’s 2015 commencement ceremonies on May 16th.
Lighting Technical Director at Industrial Light & Magic to present special guest lecture on Wednesday, March 25.
Cogswell the Dragon, the first character created for Cogswell’s in-house character project, ‘Avatarah,’ is available for free download.
Original short animated film and interactive iPad book app is from Star Thief Studio, one of several on-campus project-based learning studios offered by Cogswell College.
Cogswell College’s Dalton Techmanski wins “Best Horror Game Design” Award from Ares Magazine for his tabletop game “Affliction: Purity’s Sorrow.”
Showcase screening will present dozens of the best computer animated films culled from around the world on Wednesday, September 10th.
Cogswell College’s unique MediaWorks initiative marks one-year anniversary with nine completed audiovisual projects for real-world clients.