Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality lab at the University of Tartu, Estonia deals with projects related to computer graphics (visualizations, games), psychology and computational neuroscience using VR.
On Saturday 21.09 there was the Euronics’ E-Sport Day event in Lõunakeskus. Our MSc student Jens-Stefan showed his game Vrena in that event and held a tournament to find the best Vrena team. There were 7 teams of 2 players who competed for the first place in the tournament. Vrena is inspired by oldschool competitive arena […]
In the Teaduslinn 2019 open air science fair our students showcased four games they had made during their studies. The showcased games were: Pompeii by Kristo Männa, Fall by Oliver Vinkel, Vara de Mara by Helen Õunapuu et al, Reality Shift by Aleksei Beljajev et al.