The ETH GTC serves as central point for outreach to educational, creative, and industrial partners in Switzerland, Europe, and worldwide. By providing this bridge between the inventors and users of technology, the ETH GTC fosters interdisciplinary collaboration that enhances research, education, and technology transfer.
With its GameCulture programme, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia is drawing attention to the social, economic and aesthetic aspects of computer games and exploring the characteristics of the genre as a new art form.
With strong ties to the Computer Graphics lab at ETH, the Zürich lab is influencing video of the future, computational cinematography, human and facial animation, and capture technologies.
Brighton's Studio Gobo, which collaborated with Disney to great success on both Infinity and its sequels, has hired several students from the ETH Game Programming Lab and recently founded a new office in the centre of Zurich.