Wanna learn how to make digital experiences?

Meet us at 1pm on Thursdays in room V-314.

At EXP Club, we design, create & playtest video games, interactive art, virtual reality worlds, Snapchat filters, experimental controllers, projections, or any creative tech project. No experience? No problem :) You’ll have access to workshops, YouTube tutorials, example code, and 1-on-1 help so you can learn as you go.

Thursdays @ 1-2pm
Room 314
Voorhees Hall


Collaborate

Team up with other students to make your ideas a reality.

Experiment

Explore a variety of platforms & try out different sensors (motion, light, tilt, microphone…)

Playtest

Demo your works in progress arcade-style & get helpful feedback.


Thanks for checking out our page! Here’s some cool stuff for you…

Getting Started

Learn how to use Unity, download 2D/3D assets for your next project, demo what others have made, or scroll through some ideas.

Places in NYC

Discover the best destinations for interactive media: virtual reality arcades, digital art museums, workshops, game conventions…

Jobs & Scholarships

Find an internship or part-time job that’ll actually look good on your resume. (Or win some money to finish college?)


FAQ:

Do I need to bring a laptop?
Nope. V-314 is a computer lab, and the Macs in there have all the software we need already installed. (They run faster, too.)
What software do you guys use?
We mostly use the Unity engine (C#) — but there’s also Tilt Brush, Adobe Aero, Processing/p5.js, Lens Studio, and Arduino.
How much experience do I need?
The tutorials will be a lot easier to understand if you know the basics of programming (functions, loops, variables) — but if you don’t, it’s no big deal. We’ll break down the concepts for you.
I suck at coding. Can I still join?
Yup :) There are tons of roles you can fill on a game dev team that don’t touch a line of code. Art, sound, writing, level design, testing…

Besides, the whole point of our meetings is to get better. None of us started off where we are right now. If you’re bad at it, come anyway. We’d love to work with you.