I meant to post this a few weeks ago, but when I was a kid I used to pride myself on my ability to control my dreams. To the extent where I was actually manipulating and changing circumstances in my dreams. Also, when I was kid, I saw a story on 20/20 after [...]
Check out this article on Gizmodo:
Wondering if we can get this software for the class!
Rose discusses quite a few projects – some successes, but mostly failures in my opinion. When considering participation in transmedia marketing games for film such as the stalled AI, King Kong, or Avatar – these games seem cursory and undermine [...]
Cinemascope recently released a new article that I thought the class might be interested in reading since last week Tara presented on films made specifically for the cellphone and this article provides a history of films made on the cellphone. The article is available here.
thought this was interesting. comments?
From Saturday’s Globe and Mail Published on Friday, Feb. 05, 2010 5:40PM EST Last updated on Saturday, Feb. 06, 2010 1:02AM EST
James Cameron’s science-fiction epic Avatar is not only the box-office record holder of all time and poised nicely for Oscar glory next month (with nine nominations). It has [...]
this is an old post that I fond in my draft folder… a bit dated, but makes a link between our ar discussion and the mobility readings
Augmented reality in the cemetery and elsewhere
From MIT’s Technology Review
Augmented Reality: Another (Virtual) Brick in the Wall
February 15, 2005
Imagine wandering through a southern Victorian-era cemetery shaded [...]
I wrote an article for the Winters College Free Press, on issues of race in Resident Evil 5. You can find it here:
Just something interesting to kick off reading week… BBC NEWS | Technology | Holographic displays step closer
From January 2008 issue of Wired (pg70)
Glenn Albrecht has been interviewing Australians over the last few years and scores of them have described the deep, wrenching sense of loss as they watch the landscape around them change. Familiar plants don’t grow any more. Gardens won’t take. Birds are gone. They no longer feel like [...]
Apropos our recent discussions re VR and psychology (autism, therapy, etc.), here’s what I stumbled on in psycinfo.
The Exploratorium: An Environment To Explore Your Feelings
The Exploratorium is a virtual environment within which immersants can explore both places and feelings. The “narrative” it implements is structural/architectural rather than linear/story telling. Different areas of the [...]