Modern studio/classrooms provide conducive environments for learning, and extensive open studio/lab hours allow access to these spaces outside of class periods. The game design program has access to three different computer labs, all featuring industry-standard hardware and software. With PC and Mac labs, as well as AAA development kits, Intuos Cintiq Displays, HD and 3D projectors, and virtual reality headsets, UW-Stout is preparing students for the future of video games. Two galleries housed in the department — a student gallery and the John Furlong Gallery — along with other spaces on and off campus, provide for student, faculty and outside exhibitions throughout the academic year.

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