Sure, playing video games is fun, but what if we could have
even more fun with it?
MaxMSP/Jitter to modify the output of the Nintendo Switch. More specifically, I’m messing with the video output of the console while playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Continue reading Smosh Ultimate
Note: This post expands on the process of design & creation of my thesis project.
I knew I wanted to make a text adventure game from the very beginning. Below is the first iteration of my idea.
⏩ Fast forward four months and…
Continue reading Building NCP – Concept & Design
North Central Positroinics (NCP) is a sprawling online text-adventure game. Link not working? This may be why.
This game is set an post-apocalyptic world dominated by an authoritarian collective called North Central Positronics.
Continue reading Thesis Project – North Central Positronics
Dom Cheng, Terrick Gutierrez attached an LED array to an umbrella because… why not?!
Continue reading LED Umbrella
Tribute in Light memorial to 9/11 is an awe-inspiring light installation. As an NYC native, I find it powerful and provocative.
Seeing this every year, I’ve always wondered –
how do the beams of light stay so straight? Continue reading Tribute in Light
Note: Until completion, my thesis project documentation is mostly contained within NYU networks. This post is designed to provide some current project information to family, peers, and resources outside of the NYU community. Last updated: April 16 2019
Since starting my thesis project earlier this year, I have completed a
Beta of the project (a game) which you can play here:
Give it a try! A single play-through takes ~5 minutes.
Continue reading Thesis Project Update
this video of eye tracking while playing video games, I used a Pupil Labs’ pupil tracker while playing one of my favorite video games – Rocket League.
I did this based on interest in how my eyes move around the game’s UI, and to see when my pupils dilate/retract during the game.
Continue reading Pupil Tracking with Rocket League
In class we discussed the state of “flow” – a dance between conscious and unconscious activity.
I want to explore how our use of tech peripherals as an extension of our bodies works into this flow.
Continue reading Peripheral Flow