VizaGo-Go XI

College’s visualization program
showcases Aggie digital wizardry

VizaGo-Go XI, the 11th annual screening of time-based works by students in Texas A&M’s visualization program attracted two big crowds for the May 7 and 8 screenings at Rudder Auditorium. A circus of digital wizardry, the popular event showcased technologies used by Hollywood’s leading special effects studios.

In addition to the screening VizaGo-Go patrons were treated to an exhibit of still art, or “flat work,” created by visualization students, as well as live, behind-the-scenes demonstrations of visualization thesis projects.

Established in the College of Architecture in 1988, the Master’s of Science in Visualization Sciences program has since become one of the nation's leading programs in computer visualization and technical directing. A&M visualization graduates are employed by the world’s most noteworthy special effects and animation studios, including Industrial Light + Magic, Pixar, Lucas Arts, Disney, Blue Sky, and Rhythm & Hues Studio.

Samples of the student work showcased at VizaG0-Go XI can be viewed online at While there, download VizaGo-Go wallpaper for your computer.

Learn more about the Department of Architecture’s Master's of Science in the Visualization Sciences program at

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