Games Research

Games are part and parcel of our lives. They shape interesting new game cultures, such as in e-sports. The game industries bring about many innovations. Game technology can also be used for non-entertainment purposes such as for game-based learning, urban planning or medical systems.

Our Games research programme focuses on Digitally Enhanced Realities (DER). These are new forms of human interaction in environments designed with games blended with big data, geo-data, simulations, robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In our CRADLE lab, the next generation of games and digital media products and services are designed and created.

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