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Moving for a dream job

29-Jan-2018
AIE Alumni, Erin Halpenny graduated at the Sydney Campus in 2014 with an Advanced Diploma of Game Art and Animation. We caught-up with Erin to discuss her move for a dream job at Playside studios.

Animation Tools of the Trade

29-Jan-2018
You have been given 20 weeks and a team of 5 to create a 3 minute 3D animated music video. What tools do you need, how to you stay on time and achieve the vision?

Nerdy Dream meets Reality: Working on Injustice 2

23-Jan-2018
For a lot of us, the cinematic trailers for upcoming video games sets the whole tone and hype for the game. Game cinematics are a significant part of the game development process; so, who makes game cinematics and what is involved in the development process?

‘Pixel pushers, code monkeys, realists and idealists’ - Nico King

22-Dec-2017
Even before Nico King graduated from AIE in 2012, he was already part of something bigger and ready to take on the immersive digital world.

Graduates Shine at 2017 Showcase

22-Dec-2017
AIE 2017 Graduate showcases were held in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra in the first two weeks of December. It was a time for game art, game programming, game design and film visual effects graduates to showcase their final projects and present their portfolios and showreels to members of the creative digital industries.

AIE Campus hours over Christmas 2017

21-Dec-2017
We would like to wish everyone a happy Christmas break and a successful start to the New Year in 2018. All campuses will shut down operations over the Christmas and New Year period.

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.