Recent project developments

Ruben and Lullaby

Ruben and Lullaby

From IndieGames: From FingerGaming: Ruben & Lullaby is a story you play like a musical instrument. Two lovers are fighting. You can control what they’re feeling, where they’re looking, when they speak, and when they listen. Tilting back and forth triggers the cuts from shot…

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Art, Price, Value

Art, Price, Value

Bethan Huws, Untitled, 2006, alluminio, vetro, lettere in gomma e plastica We Make Money Not Art reviews the Art, Price, Value show in Florence, and discusses the theme: Contemporary art plays an increasingly prominent role in our culture, with some of its most visible figures…

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“Brain Hacking”

“Brain Hacking”

In a similar vein to the post on inducing perceived body swapping, the Boston Globe has an article about further brain oddities and hallucination’s entitled “Hacking Your Brain”. It details an easy way to induce hallucinations through sensory deprivation, as well as some more examples…

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Crayon Physics deluxe demo

Crayon Physics deluxe demo

Via IndieGames: Excellent news! The demo for Crayon Physics Deluxe is now available (for WinXP and Vista) for download. This is the physics sandbox game I discussed earlier. 18 levels are available to play, and while these first levels might be a bit easy, there…

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Play Well Together – Alpha Launch Go!

Play Well Together – Alpha Launch Go!

(Mirrored from Play Well Together‘s Dev Blog) I’ve just finished the last few fixes to bring Play Well Together – my collaborative storytelling game – to a stage ready for limited testing. This is the official announcement of Play Well Together – Alpha. Friends, family,…

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Apache DocRoot Chooser

Apache DocRoot Chooser

This is an entirely esoteric post, so if you do not use XAMPP or similar to develop websites locally, then this will not be interesting to you…

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Tree

Tree

For this year’s Christmas presents I continued the theme of my Postcards project. I wanted to give everyone something screen-printed, and joyfully marked with the snail-mail ink stamps. I also wanted to work with fun, low-key online interaction. I screen-printed a 2 colour drawing of…

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“Crayon Physics Deluxe”

“Crayon Physics Deluxe”

Sorry for the lapse in posts; I’ve been working on making an interesting Christmas present for everyone, which I’ll blog once they’re all received. I’ve just spotted Crayon Physics Deluxe – a 2D physics puzzle game – on IndyGames.com, and it fitted into my ongoing…

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Mobile-controlled Home Automation

Mobile-controlled Home Automation

A while back I built a mobile-controllable home automation system, and promised to blog it. It’s taken a while, but here it it… DIY Home Automation via WAP and the Web – How-to . Background This how-to will provide a detailed guide to implementing your…

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Extracting Images from the Brain

Extracting Images from the Brain

This is fantastic; Researchers have used an fMRI scanner to map brain activity to “pixel” regions within a viewed image, and then used the map to reconstruct new images being looked at. They go on to suggest that (as brain activity in these regions occurs…

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