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Industry Projects

In Spring and Summer terms, multidisciplinary teams of four to six students take on applied technology-focused projects to develop prototypes or applications from concept to deliverable.

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Take your ideas forward

When you partner with Centre for Digital Media, we pair your expertise with a multidisciplinary team of four to six students to explore applied technology-focused challenges in search of innovative results.

How does it work?

You can propose projects that span various industries, academic and research, not-for-profits, or community-focused initiatives. Under the guidance of faculty subject matter experts, you’ll work with a diverse team of students on a 12-week project that follows industry-standard development processes.

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Easing Access to Pain Care in Rural/Remote Communities

Building trust between individuals and BC's healthcare system together with Providence Health Care. Learn more

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Narrative Driven VR Game

Testing the mechanics and developing a prototype VR narrative-driven game with Hammer and Tong. Learn more

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Inventory Tracking System

Improving the visualization of data to improve ProShop ERP's client's inventory management workflow. Learn more

Tap into our faculty’s insights

Your projects also include access to our faculty, who have decades of combined experience in the creative technology fields. They will guide the teams and be available for you to leverage their insights for your projects.

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Submit a project

Interested in partnering with Centre for Digital Media on a project? Contact industry@thecdm.ca for more information. Ready to submit a project proposal? Let's chat!

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Timeline

Spring Term (January to April) - Proposals are due October 31

Summer Term (May to August) - Proposals are due February 28



Dec 2024 (Cohort 18)

The MDM program has been running long enough that its alumni relationship...

Dec 2022 (Cohort 16)

Portal Labs is working with XR Immersive Tech to design and prototype a...
British Columbia is a province that is largely made up of rural and remote...

Dec 2021 (Cohort 15)

With support from The Law Foundation of British Columbia and the Access to...
Ethica aims to become a seamless addition to the online and in-person shopping...
The goal for this project is to produce a MVP for a digital publication to be...
Grocery store merchandising has not evolved much in the last 150 years with...
The Justice League is developing an innovative analysis system by taking the...

Dec 2020 (Cohort 14)

Loneliness is a profound human condition that we all experience, and yet we so...
In collaboration with CBS, Team Lifesavers hope to present an innovative digital...
Team Chickadee and Kaizor would like to explore creating a user research...
The participatory technology team proposes a theatre production website...
Managing a non-profit is hard work; but understanding the laws non-profits need...

Dec 2019 (Cohort 13)

For art, technology and graphic t-shirt enthusiasts interested in unique and...

Dec 2018 (Cohort 12)

We are Team Double X, a team composed of five passionate women, Khushboo, Marina...
The goal of this project is to pitch and develop a prototype of a massive...

Dec 2017 (Cohort 11)

To solve the problem of making bundle building an un-tedious, un-intimidating...

Dec 2015 (Cohort 9)

“I know not how it was--but, with the first glimpse of the building, a sense of...
The main objective is to overcome the limitation of current marketing automation...
Ronald McDonald House is a charitable organization that helps shelter sick...

Dec 2014 (Cohort 8)

The Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC) is working with the city of Vancouver...

Apr 2011 (Cohort 3)

Man Up is a multi-faceted experience developed for the Canadian Men's Health...