Game Mod was a six hour long workshop with the objective of showing the participants that it is not required to understand code to experiment and play with it. Although they had no experience in coding, the task of each participant was to make a mod (modified version) of a game built in Processing.
Looks like the team at Gizmodo has spotted the Phantom Lapboard over at CES. From what I can recall that doesn’t look like the the older prototypes that I worked on, there are some differences. I don’t want to get too exited to what that might mean. I hope that it means they are finally in a production phase with the hardware. As I’ve said a million times. I can’t wait to finally have one.
Here’s a nice short and sweet article about the Phantom Lapboard in the New York Times. What I’m wondering is, does this mean demo units are going out to the press?
It began by promising a new era in PC gaming and ended in a US government investigation for fraud. Pavel Barter investigates the ghostly apparition that was the Phantom games console
I’ve posted about the VirtuSphere a while back. I was browsing around on YouTube, because I like it better then working, and found this new video of the VirtuSphere in action. I want to play with this thing.
3D real time game engines keep getting better and better. Here’s a great use for the technology other then shooting monsters.