Department of Interactive Entertainment Design

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COLLEGE of PLANNING AND DESIGN

  • School: Planning and Design School
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  • System: Day Division: 4-year College

OBJECTIVES AND GOALS

Department of Interactive Entertainment Design (IED) focuses on the cultivation of two learning modules and four professional skills. The two modules are: “Display Technology” and “Interactive Advertisement”.

The four skills are:

  1. Creative Problem Solving: developing the students’ ability to face ill-structured problems and resolve questions that are not limited to a single solution.
  2. Design Thinking: developing the students’ creative strategies through the process of thinking, making and reflecting.
  3. Business Model Developing: cultivating the students’ ability to turn their work into profitable products.
  4. Equipment and Device Manipulating: developing both the students’ soft power and hard power, and their ability to finish creative projects and contents by utilizing new technologies.

COURSE PLANNING

Department of Interactive Entertainment Design (IED) prepares each student for the creative industries of the future. IED combine practical courses in Computer Science and Applied Arts, such as Interaction Design, Maker Project, Projection Art, and Advance 3D Model Design. Our course cultivates professional abilities that employers now crave: ability of collaborating with others, creative thinking, problem-based learning, utilizing new technology and multi-tasking. The students will learn to engage audiences as well as professionals across various industries, including new media, interactive advertisement design and display technology.

FEATURES

  1. Two Modules: “Display Technology Design” and “Interactive Advertisement Design”.
  2. The only one Department of Interactive Entertainment Design in Taiwan.
  3. Four interactive design labs with the newest experimental facilities, such as AR, VR, MR rooms, laser cutters, 3D printers, CNC mils, projection mapping software and interactive touch screens.
  4. Intimate collaborations with interactive design industries to enhance students’ learning experience.   

INDUSTRY-ACADEMY COOPERATION

Department of Interactive Entertainment Design (IED) pursuits the integration of theory and practice. We lay emphasis on the faculty's international business/learning background and experience, actively interacting with businesses, and the faculty's capabilities in the professional practice. IED has built intimate connections with many companies in interactive design/entertainment industries, including Xanthus, Corms New Media, Unicorn Entertainment, Peach Fun and etc.

These friends in interactive industries are helping the students to gain practical skills through industry-academy cooperation projects, or through invited talks on professional skills. They are also supporting the faculties to execute governmental projects. They can also offer many opportunities of internships for the students in the near future. IED values the cooperation, assistance, and support of our friends in industries.

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

The Graduates from IED will have the ability to enter New Media companies, Interactive Design companies, Entertainment Design companies and Digital Media companies. The Department will continue recruiting faculties with both research ability and practical skills. IED will further enhance the facilities of the four design labs to bring even better learning experience for the students. The Department will also continue the explorations of the advance application, research potential and production skills in the area of “Room Escape” game.

IED aims to become one of the first Departments in the world that focuses on the research of “Room Escape”.

 

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