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Replica of a Lamborghini Countach created by Arts and Entertainment Technologies students in collaboration with Texas Performing Arts Fabrication Studios and dadalab

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  • Tank

    Tank is a personal project created by Arts and Entertainment Technologies Professor Isaac Oster using Zbrush, Fusion 360, 3DS Max, and Quixel Suite. Oster was interested in building a vehicle and wanted to explore blending ZBrush and Fusion on a challenging high poly model.

  • Rehab Bud

    Designed by Ishita Sisodia (B.A. Design '24), Rehab Bud is a two-sided platform that allows physical therapy patients to record their exercises and get real-time AI feedback on the accuracy of their form, while also tracking their recovery progress and holding them accountable. 

  • Entangled Intelligences

    Premiering at Fusebox Festival, Entangled Intelligences invited visitors to experience a unique exhibition that challenges anthropocentric thinking and embraces the diverse forms of intelligence found in the natural world. Featuring works by the Ecocentric Future Lab directed by Design Professor Jiabao Li and other renowned artists.

  • Morphology

    "Morphology" is a project developed by students Eriane Austria and Em Dryer through a partnership with Gensler design firm. This project showcases on a large media wall at Gensler's Austin office and explores the theme of interconnectedness, focusing on the relationships between Gensler, UT Austin, and the students themselves.

  • Shifting Winds

    Every researcher had mentors who helped assimilate them into a life of scholarly work, and the process continues with their future mentees. These comprise the roots and branches of the academic tree of a single researcher. If we let these ancestors’ and descendants’ genders affect these trees like a “wind,” most curl nearly to the earth. To set these trees growing upright again we visualize giving differential weight to male and female researchers.

  • Pizza Kittyz

    Brand guidelines for Pizza Kittyz, a pet-friendly pizza shop with the intention of making their clients purr with joy. This brand was born thanks to B.F.A. Design student Luis Angeles' little sister, who scribbled a logo onto a cardboard box as they were playing pizza shop.

  • Seismic Dance Event Poster Series

    Seismic Dance Event Poster Series is a project by undergraduate student, Gabriela Rivera. The series depicts headliners of the Seismic Dance Event: Fat Boy Slim, Jamie XX, and Shiba San. Traditional screen printing techniques were used in the design lab to achieve the final pieces.

  • Starlight Scrappers

    Starlight Scrappers is a classic space shoot-em-up arcade game featuring asymmetrical co-op gameplay with an emphasis on teamwork and communication. Two players must work together to man their spaceship, dodging obstacles and taking down enemies sent by the evil Squirrel King. Do you think you have what it takes?

  • Time Passing Through

    Time Pass Through is an animated work that draws inspiration from undergraduate student Jackson Gurdak's experiences in recent years. Key life events such as graduating from high school, attending college, navigating the pandemic, participating in Zoom classes, entering his 20s, and facing uncertainty about the future form the heart of this work. The soundtrack, created by Kaden McKay, features an upbeat tempo combined with anxious lyrics, encapsulating the theme of mixed feelings about the future.

  • Lamborghini Countach

    This life-size Lamborghini Countach includes custom features and interactive screens designed to highlight the full range of creative programming offered by the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET).

  • Becauseisms: 2023 Design M.F.A. Exhibition

    Becauseisms expresses emotional, societal, and personal provocations. The work is a reflection of the 2023 M.F.A. Design candidates' optimism and intention through design.

  • Tower Tumble

    For the first time in school history, the UT Tower was transformed into an interactive video game screen through projection mapping produced by an Arts and Entertainment student in collaboration with faculty.


Wide angle shot of the iconic University of Texas Tower with live projection mapping designed by students and faculty in the School of Design and Creative Technologies

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