Highlighted projects

We Xist

Project Myron

We Xist is a recreation/continuation of “They Are” and the way we see it it’s not the end yet. It’s just a next step in the story and hopefully next year a new group of students can come along, create and continue with this story. “That is the beautiful part of all of this, the story won’t end if we don’t let it.

The story follows Peter a son trying to reconnect with his father. It’s a story about searching for answers and discovering new things. To clarify this is not a tale about alien abduction, this isn’t about guns and lasers. It’s about an emotional journey as a he tries to understand why his father left him behind.

We Xist is not only a beautiful story “in the making” it’s an experience that these Saxion students have created and it is impossible not to get sucked in. For information about how the project was created check out their blog at https://projectwexist.wordpress.com/

You can also find We Xist on facebook, instagram, twitter, and linkedIn

The final version of the project will be presented at GogBot 2018



A compelling Sci-Fi adventure created for Virtual Reality by 14 of our own students. Read the story below and join in on the adventure.

“At first the ship floated dormant above the earth’s  surface, until the doors opened. Teachers, as we would call them later, started contact.
Which was against all odds peaceful. The teachers were the last of their kind from a world lost in time. Destroyed by mistakes mankind could learn to overcome.  Unfortunately it wasn’t to last. The ship’s light once like golden veins, went out slowly. With it the entrance started closing.
One scientist was send for the last expedition before the visitor shut for good.
Till today the man hasn’t returned and extraction missions haven’t been successful. His son Peter has been left alone ever since. Full of questions left unanswered.
Today dedicating his life to get to the truth behind his father’s disappearance. Others on earth started returning to their old lives. Leaving behind the time of unconditional curiosity and wonder.”

Curious yet? Their blog contains quite a few cool visuals of the process.