First Steps, or AYP 1

I spent the winter break learning about game physics by trying to build out my own physics engine: it’s here in case anyone is curious, and writing about the steps of how it all works in a series of blog posts. I’ve been playing with Phaser (a javascript framework for…

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Initial Thesis Statement

Apologies for the long-winded post, I really didn’t mean to write this much, but it snowballed on me. The Why Why did I choose to build an educational science game?  Well, in my time at ITP, I’ve tried to think about being more on the artistic side of things.  I’ve…

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Dream Review

Science has never been so cool It’s 4pm outside PS21, and the crowds of students hanging out in the playground is starting to dwindle.  Presumably headed home.  The handful of stragglers show no indication of the time and remain ardently engaged in their activities.  A handful of boys are playing basketball.…

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Hacking the Browser Week 1

Chrome Experiments is always good for a burst of inspiration. Looking through I found this super cool little experiment by Zach Lieberman: Lines I love how it naturally moves through features in each photo. It’s simple, but really graceful. I’m not sure if it’s just pulling from a limited set…

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