Welcome to the Gaming and Interactive Lab at Arizona State University (ASU). The lab is part of the Software Engineering program in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and is located at ASU’s polytechnic campus in Mesa, Arizona.

The lab does research in Serious Games and specifically designs unique game mechanics that are used in game based learning, games for health and training applications. You will be able to explore our research by looking at our publications page and also see what areas and domains we have impacted by going to the projects page.


New Funding from NSF aims to improve STEM knowledge by building mobile apps

Project AMP, funded by the NSF will measure the impact of building mobile apps on STEM knowledge acquisition, transfer and retention over the next three years.


The Girl Scouts of Arizona have funded a new project to improve coding skills in girls

New funding from the Girl Scouts of Arizona will help run several coding program aimed at women in high schools across Arizona.


Burst Games created for Toolwire are creating impact

ASU Interactive worked with Toolwire Inc. and developed several burst games (short repetitive skill building games) that are now heavily being used by several online courses at many universities.