Campers Schooled in 'Designing a Digital Future'
– Photos by Tom Wilson, writer/editor-PCToday
Embodying the phrase, "Happy Campers"
Matt E. Mooney, assistant professor of web/interactive media, offers an overview of the days' activities.
Troupers amid Wednesday's swelter (and sunlight playing off the nearby fountains), students and their "camp counselors" gather for a group photo outside the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center.
Bahram Golshan, associate professor of computer science, shares the design ingredients for a basic, yet playable "Catch the Clown" video game.
Taking computer self-portraits for an imminent Web exercise
Personalized instruction from John J. Messer, assistant professor of web/interactive media
A student gets one-on-one assistance from Anita R. Girton, assistant professor of computer information technology.
A camper intently replicates game-design instructions.
Julia A. Ryan, an information technology sciences: gaming and simulation major from Montoursville, lends peer advice.
Cody A. Amos, information technology: information assurance and security concentration major from Williamsport (left), and Brian D. Walton, coordinator of matriculation and retention for the School of Business and Computer Technologies, test-drive "Guitar Hero" during preparation for a gaming tournament
A mobile application is projected from the back of the room, among the amenities of the dual-screen lab.
Denise S. Leete, associate professor of computer science, troubleshoots for a camper.
Gamers unite for a closing competition in an ATHS classroom.