Games for Entertainment and Learning (GEL) Lab

The mission of the Games for Entertainment and Learning (GEL) Lab at Michigan State University is to design innovative prototypes, techniques, and complete games for entertainment and learning and to advance state of the art knowledge about social and individual effects of digital games. The GEL Lab is an association of game research and design faculty and students at Michigan State University, primarily in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. The lab does externally funded research and development work and employs several graduate and undergraduate students.

Location: 253 Communication Arts & Sciences Building East Lansing, MI 48824
Website: GEL Website

Associated TISM Faculty:

  • Brian Winn
  • Carrie Heeter
  • Andrew Dennis
  • Casey O'Donnell
  • Rabindra Ratan
  • Patrick Shaw
  • Wei Peng

Related Projects:

  • Dealertown Ford
  • Olympus (Short and Long Term Effectiveness of Exergames for Young Adults)
  • Motivation and Serious Gaming
  • GameStar Mechanic
  • Brain Powered Games
  • Cognitive Games For Rehabilitation in Malawi, Africa
  • Fantastic Food Challenge
  • Girls As Game Designers
  • Life Preservers
  • Mudcraft
  • Voyage Beijing
  • Grumpy Snowmen
  • Spartan Remix
  • Crossroads Village
  • Tanzanian Trader
  • Kitchen Disasters
  • Spartan Villa
  • Ford Driving Skills for Life Game
  • Freaky Deaky Flashback
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