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Graduate Showcase 2018

06-Dec-2017
Students are putting the finishing touches on their work and getting ready for the Graduate Showcase events that are happening this week and the next across AIE campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra.

When games get serious - Other industries using games and VR

21-Nov-2017
We are in the midst of a VR and AR explosion. Technologies like Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Samsung Gear VR are revolutionising the way we think, work and play, and market research group Greenlight Insights is predicting the VR industry will be worth $7 billion1 by Christmas.

AIE Students work on Sci-Fi Film ‘Blue World Order’

15-Nov-2017
Talented students from the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) have played a vital part in bringing Aussie-made sci-fi, Blue World Order (BWO) to the big screen for its premiere this month.

Ice to meet you

02-Nov-2017
With less than a year under their belt as a studio, the developers from Aberrant Realities have been creating a Virtual Reality (VR) experience to help inspire and engage Australia’s ice hockey fans.

6 Things You Need To Know About Getting into 3D Animation

05-Sep-2017
6 Things You Need To Know About Getting into 3D Animation

AIE Incubator studios awarded $200,000 of development grants

17-Aug-2017
AIE has awarded development grants to thirteen start-up studios, comprising of eleven games and two film projects, as part of the AIE Incubator Grants program. The grants to successful studios amounted to a total of $200,000 after a competitive application process that included advice from an independent industry panel.

5 Tips For Getting Into Game Development

14-Aug-2017
Do you get excited when you overhear someone discussing Minecraft on public transport? Does thinking about game-play mechanics or artificial intelligence get you excited?

Future Skills Experience

14-Aug-2017
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) is inviting year 11 and 12 students to showcase a range of future careers that relate to STEM skills. The majority of the world’s fastest growing occupations require STEM skills and there is an urgent need for a skilled workforce in hundreds of emerging industries in Australia.

Game Programming Graduate starts work at Big Ant Studios

12-Aug-2017
In one week, Josh Laurence will be heading to Melbourne to start his first job as a junior programmer for Big Ant Studios. This is his story…

Zero to Gamedev

09-Aug-2017
How I went from knowing nothing about making games to selling one