After working on Mary Mack 5000 and adding the rocker vests with the sensors, I think I understand more not only how technology can enhance the game experience, but also how costumes can. Sure, I could have kept the sensors on bandana straps, but the vest was more stable -- kept the sensors together in a neat pack so it was easier to put on and take off. But more importantly it also added to the immersive game experience. I think there is a lot of room for incorporating various technology beyond Read more [...]
Good news. I am extremely grateful for this opportunity to continue building games. I hope X-lab gets continued somehow, and I hope to introduce some workshop ideas soon!
I have been obviously neglecting my blog for the last few months, but I assure you there is a good reason -- X-lab! X-lab was sort of a work-in-progress exhibition in the main space at Eyebeam. So imagine the gallery usually for finished works, filled up instead with artists working on their projects, engaging with the public during gallery hours. I used to space to set up Ninja Shadow Warrior and to build the physical game, as well as used the generous table space to work on improving Mary Mack Read more [...]
This is simply a test to see if this works! This uses the wordpress app on the iPhone, but it doesn't seem to allow photo resizing. I can only do that in the browser? Read more [...]
I am setting up this blog to keep track of various ideas, comments, observations, and things that I come across. I am at the beginning of my fellowship at Eyebeam, and this will be my attempt to document my time here and perhaps more. While at Eyebeam I will be researching and making games that encourage or enhance real life face-to-face interaction.