Assignment 3 Part 2
Project 1: Game Installation
For my individual project, I am looking to create an installation based on games, an expansion from a previous idea called Game Face.
It is commonplace for players to record themselves while they’re playing a game and post it online, or even live-stream their adventures on twitch. We watch them react to situations in the game, and Read more →
Assignment 3; Pitch ahoy!
“Float Away!” Origami Boats installation
Concept: To display life-sized origami boats at the ADM fountain, adding life to the school and make school a more fun place with such quirky installations that will remind students of “play” and not just work.
“Our differences do not set us apart” Photography installation
Concept: Our rooms are the spaces in which we dwell, and it reflects Read more →
The One With The Karst Exhibition
KamaruleThursday, Apr 14, 2016 - 12:10:58 am
Continuing from my previous post on extending a case studies, here is more details of what I am going to propose. Read here for my previous post.
I have chosen to use Vladimir’s Karst documentary as my case study of choice and I am going to extend this film into an exhibition/installation. The motive of the exhibition is simple, Read more →
Phasing through the Phases. Assignment 3 Part 2
Welcome back to the next update of Assignment 3. I have narrowed down my Projects to 2. Criteria for selecting these projects out of the 5 were the level of interest I had and how feasible it was to accomplish in a year.
Project 1: GRAPHIC NOVEL
This is the story about a pair of young Read more →
Assignment 3: Phase 3
So, I narrow down to 2 ideas. Here are the sneak peak. Slides will be added after the presentation.A competition of a social experiment
A documentary of a competition based on a social experiment. 3 candidates (target on primary school kids). Game rule: give each of them $100. We will document the process and see after one year who will make the good Read more →
Assignment 3: Phase 2
Assignment 3: Phase 1
This is the development from the previous 2 ideas, and add some new ideas for the project pitches.An interactive wall built up by boxes. By moving the boxes, you can generate sound and light. It is to simulate how we deal with people the when in the public space, for instance, in the crowded train. People need some personal space but Read more →
Asgn. 3 part 1: More pitching ideas
Cindy ChanWednesday, Apr 13, 2016 - 12:48:30 am
Here are 5 of my ideas for ‘ the perfect pitch’ assignment 3:Heartbeat pillow It is a project aiming to connect long distance lovers. Each person has a pillow for their bed and a chest sensor which they wear to sleep at night. The chest sensor wirelessly communicates with the other persons pillow; when one person goes to bed, their lovers pillow begins Read more →
Thinking out of the Box, Guest Lecture Justin Tan
Being your everyday BFA student, I am pretty much sheltered from the “Money Realities” of the real world. That is not to say I don’t earn my own money to sustain myself and pay my own bills, but what Justin Tan describes is an eye opener.
Starting an Indie GameDesign Studio is a whole different ball game from what Read more →
PearlynnSaturday, Apr 09, 2016 - 11:06:11 pm
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“A game with no rules” Traditionally, games have a fixed storyline and players play it through the end, overcoming obstacles along it’s path. For this game, the “no rules” aspect enables the character to have choice to build it’s own story and discovering how their choices affects the game end.
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“Finish it up!” I would Read more →