Interactive media

You can turn your passions into professions at the School of Informatics and Computing, discovering media careers in 3D animation, software creation, video production, and more.

Learn how students and alumni from our array of degree programs are taking their storytelling skills everywhere, from international film fests and Mediterranean islands to local arcades and racetracks—and yes, Hollywood.

Connor Bryant sitting at computer.

Connor Bryant: Internship leads to West Coast move

VR player with joy sticks in front of large digital screen

School partnership with Hope Training Academy studies tech training in a virtual world

Illustration of animated sea creatures in an undersea environment from the book, Our Plastic Ocean Our Clean Ocean

Animation students continue effort to address ocean pollution with “Sea Creatures Congress”

Media Arts and Science student Peter Fulton at the Palladium Performing Arts Center in Carmel Indiana

Undergrad’s internship is satisfying blend of performing arts and media arts

Students with video cameras work on a Virtual Reality film production in the Emerging Technology Lab using the large IQ wall monitor.

Virtual film production provides real-world skills for School of Informatics and Computing students

Cowboy characters from Rockstar video game, Red Dead Redemption.

Rock star informatics grad earns dream gig at Rockstar Games

Media Arts and Science alumnus Clark Knittle with video camera

MAS alumnus crosses the finish line with Resilience Racing

Close-up of camera and microphone sitting on a table

Networking, preparation, and timing leads MAS grad to rewarding career at Netflix

Photo of MAS alumnus James Ward

James Ward: Into the Animator-Verse

Media Arts and Science alumna Jordan Nelsen with her laptop

What’s in your bag? IUPUI senior creates digital paintings and prosthetic designs

Two MAS alumni to premiere documentary at the Tribeca Film Fest