A new PBS series, “State of Tomorrow,” will air a segment featuring the Visualization Laboratory and Master of Science in Visualization Science program at Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture.
“State of Tomorrow,” which airs Sundays at 1 p.m. on College Station PBS affiliate KAMU, is a 13-episode documentary series examining some of the biggest challenges facing Texans today. The program looks across the state, “focusing on innovators in public higher education who are pursuing solutions to these critical challenges.”
The Viz Lab will be featured in episode 12, during a segment titled, “the New Renaissance,” which highlights Texas’ emerging video gaming and movie animation industries. According to the episode description, the segment will showcase the creations of “a new generation of talented students” at Texas A&M’s visualization Laboratory, then travel to Texas cities to look at this burgeoning new industry, where many of these students will one day work.”
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