Archive for February, 2012

The Application of Light and Shadow in Splinter Cell: Conviction

Alen Chao | February 20, 2012 Warning: Contains Spoilers Color and lighting are two devices often used in the media to convey certain messages or highlight important aspects of the story. Video games did not fully utilize these devices outside of providing relative realism to an otherwise monochromatic game. Perhaps, that is due to the […]

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Digital ECALC Deployed

Katelyn Procci | February 10, 2012 Almost exactly one year since we began, this past Tuesday we wrapped development on the Digital ECALC project. Developed by the UCF Substance Use Research Group (SURG), ECALC stands for “Expectancy Challenge Alcohol Literacy Curriculum.”

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Research Assistants Needed!

Katelyn Procci | February 4, 2012 Are you interested in seeing how a research lab works? Would you like to experience science first-hand? The RETRO lab needs you!

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