Through interactive exhibits featuring virtual reality and real-time motion capture, visitors will see how video games are made.

Ever wondered how a video game is made? Students and staff from the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy, UCF’s graduate game development program, will show you through an interactive installation that demonstrates all aspects of game development. Experience virtual reality with the Oculus Rift and see how animation is done with real-time motion capture. Talk to the FIEA professors, students, and staff and play some of the best student games.

No ticket is needed for this exhibit. However, a Hall Pass or ticket to another performance that same day is needed to enter the Dr. Phillips Center for  the Performing Arts.

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