The Research Option offers students majoring in Interactive Computing the opportunity for a substantial, in-depth research experience. Students are strongly encouraged at the end of their experience to work with their faculty mentor to develop a journal publication or conference presentation on the research in addition to the actual thesis.

Computational Media is a cutting-edge undergraduate major focusing on new and interactive media. Course work is split between classes offered by the School of Interactive Computing and the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture.

Recent Submissions

  • Designing an Effective Interactive E-book for Computer Science Education 

    Moore, Steven James (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-01-28)
    There’s a need to develop more computer science teachers around the world. As massive open online courses have been failing, an interactive e-book used for distance learning might fulfill this need. This research seeks to ...
  • Designing a character avatar model for the Mermaids MMO 

    Ead, Samer Omar (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-12-20)
    This paper describes the technique formed for the creation of an efficient, simply rigged, customizable mermaid avatar model for the Mermaids massively multiplayer online game (MMOG). Our goal was to improve the in game ...
  • The Online Community Grid Volunteer Grid Computing with the Web Browser 

    Miller, Daniel Menachem (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-12)
    Current community grid projects, such as IBM's World Community Grid (, have successfully developed standalone applications to connect thousands of clients to one huge network of users. Each client ...
  • Community Mosaic: Finding Ways to Eat More Healthfully in a Low-Income African American Community 

    Sharma, Mansi (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-12)
    Community Mosaic is a system to promote healthy eating amongst low-income African American people. This thesis analyzes a study I conducted that encourages people to talk about what they think are the barriers against as ...