The time has come for Volition to release their much-anticipated Agents of Mayhem game, and Jonah checks out the studio and speaks with the developers about the release.
Emilio chats with Dean Rose, a blacksmith who works in East Urbana.
Plunging to the depths of IntelliWheel’s products and design, Nate asks the IntelliWheel Team to explain the secret behind their simple, cost effective Fit Grip. Scott Daigle, Marissa Siebel-Siero, and Josh George gave some fascinating answers.
The best technologies are indispensable and timeless. Emilio visited the Lincoln Bookbindery in Urbana and discussed the tools and techniques they use to create books that are both fine examples of utilitarian craftsmanship and beautiful works of art.
On the planet Genesis lies the continent Arcana, a world of wild magic… Bridget chats with U of I Matt Knicl’s to discuss his new game, Tales of Arcana.
All dressed up and nowhere to go? A new app can fix that.
Now that the new campaign has rolled out, we speak with Carly McCrory of the Champaign County EDC about the new You're Welcome campaign.
Who is Mike Renaud? Well, you have a chance to learn more, as he'll be teamed up with Pixo for a creative design panel on Thursday for Pygmalion Tech.
In Good fibes, part one, we investigated the Internet Service Provider (ISP) UC2B/iTV-3 and their fiber optic internet services in Champaign-Urbana. In part two, Bridget speaks with a marketing executive from Pavlov Media to learn about the status of the Pavlov Media fiber game in C-U.
iVenture Accelerator brings interdisciplinary teams of students together to solve social problems through entrepreneuriship.
Facebook's next step is to out-human humans through virtual reality. What is virtual reality? Dr. Alan B. Craig explains virtual and augmented realities and how we can use these media to have a richer experience of the world (and maybe even be better people).
Dr. Megan Condis, who recently finished her dissertation on gaming culture, discusses gamers and how to make a game, and suggests that the best games combine tech with a clear understanding of audience.
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