Google is hosting a series of workshops this morning. More than one hundred people are expected to participate in the website workshops this morning and the goal is to help get locally owned and operated companies on-line. But why choose lafayette?
Louisiana Immerrsive Technologies Enterprise or LITE in Lafayette... more »
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment will be hosting iFest, an Independent Game Developers Festival at Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise(LITE) on Saturday, August 4th, from 10:00AM til 5:00PM. iFest is a FREE one day festival to foster and celebrate independent game development within Lafayette and around Louisiana. Independent game companies as... more »
The Picard Center's new home will be next door to its partner LITE. Currently, 40 employees are scattered across UL's campus. "Having our staff members under one roof, will definitely enhance our research that we're doing currently,"said Lana Fontenot, Picard Center's marketing and public relations director. Researchers focus on early... more »
October 22, 2010 - LAFAYETTE, La. - Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise (LITE) Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Henry Florsheim, has accepted the position of President/CEO for the El Dorado Chamber of Commerce, where he will lead the chamber and direct economic development for Union County, Ark.
"Leaving Lafayette is bittersweet,... more »
LAFAYETTE - A new consortium at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is taking a 3D look at new methods of academic research.
The Computation and Visualization Enterprise or CAVE consortium is an interdisciplinary team of 15 LITE Fellows from UL Lafayette. Their purpose is to inject... more »
- Leading digital effects company could create 40 direct new jobs in three years -
LAFAYETTE - Today, Governor Bobby Jindal joined Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel, Pixel Magic Vice President and General Manager Ray Scalice, Pixel Magic Vice President and VFX Supervisor Raymond McIntyre, Jr., University of Louisiana... more »
CARENCRO, La. (AP) - High-speed fiber optic technology offers a new frontier in computing. Among the explorers: students at Carencro High School's Academy of Information Technology. "The increase in speed and quality will revolutionize everything we do in the classroom," said Elijah Parker, 17, a junior at Carencro. Parker is... more »