Hear from four alums of the graduate program in Comparative Media Studies as they discuss their experience at MIT and what their careers have looked like in the fields a CMS degree prepared them for.
Fall 2017 Alumni Panel: Matthew Weise, Karen Schrier Shaenfield, Ainsley Sutherland, and Beyza Boyacioglu
Join us for this year’s alumni panel, when we hear from four alums of the graduate program in Comparative Media Studies as they discuss their experience at MIT and what their careers have looked like in the fields a CMS degree prepared them for.
GAMBIT game “The Snowfield” is winner in Independent Games Festival student showcase
“The Snowfield” was developed at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab last summer to explore making narrative games without complex artificial intelligence.
Podcast: CMS 10th Anniversary: “Applied Humanities: Transforming Humanities Education”
Highlights from the CMS 10th anniversary symposium.
Matthew Weise: “Press the ‘Action’ Button, Snake! The Art of Self-Reference in Video Games”
“It is useful to think about the boundary between player and fiction as an elastic membrane—a threshold—rather than a wall.”
From Film to Videogames
Discussion of adaptation with Matthew Weise: How film genres get translated into videogames.
10 Things You Won’t Like About Professional Game Development
Matthew Weise is an MIT/Comparative Media Studies alum who has been working since his 2004 graduation in the mobile games industry.