Applying Creative Technologies to Fields of Learning
Drew Davidson Director of Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon
Drew Davidson is the Director of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, a professional graduate program focused on the creative industries. The center specializes in helping students who are interested in designing video games, producing short films and animations, virtual reality, and themed entertainment.
While the program focuses on entertainment in and of itself, it also explores the ways entertainment technology can be applied to other fields, such as education, health, and medicine. The program is co-accredited by the CMU College of Fine Arts and School of Computer Science, which helps the program create a balance between design, art, and technology.
This innovative program is turning heads in both the world of arts and entertainment and the world of computer technology. A bright future lies ahead for Drew Davidson and the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon.
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