WPI's Interactive Media & Game Development (IMGD) program allows you to follow and fuel your passion. Whether your particular interest is art, design, technology, computer science, or a combination of these areas, you're free to choose, explore, and create the pathway to an exciting, creative career.
Our IMGD faculty members are highly respected in the industry and will work with you on a variety of projects to build a portfolio that showcases your work--a proven asset when pursuing a career in this field.
Student Project Showcase
WPI's IMGD students work on a variety of projects to build a portfolio that showcases their unique work. Each undergraduate focuses on large research-oriented projects during their junior and senior years.
Student Profile Showcase
- Computer animations are animated image sequences, such as a movie, created using computer graphics rather than film.
- Digital paintings are images created using traditional painting techniques such as watercolors and sketching with computer art tools like digital tablets, a stylus, and software.
- Models are digital 3-D art forms created for a virtual environment.
- Trailers are short video advertisements or "teasers" of computer games.