Arduino is a micro-controller to build mini-computers able to read informations from sensors (such as the brightness of a room or motion) and then control lights or motors in response. With this tool, we can develop interactive objects.
Content Development Experimental Film and TV Interactive
Recently I had the chance to enjoy the surprisingly powerful “The Walking Dead” video game from Telltale Games. The game spans over five episodes based on the acclaimed comic series. Despite the medium, the game was brimming with stark presentation and emotional appeal. In this post, I’d like to focus on the different modes of storytelling utilized by the game. Earlier, I looked at different types of interactive storytelling in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Skyrim. Today, I’ll be looking at how this game combined both to make a moving experience rivaling that of film.
Design and Arts Experimental Inspirations
Perhaps some of you remember with fondness the Konami code from days spent gathered around the television and a video game console. I know that I certainly do. Easteregg.in is a tool that gives developers easy-to-use templates to implement their own Easter Eggs in web products. Simply choose between the different types of Easter Eggs and methods of activation and then throw it into your code! I thought it was a cool concept and decided to share it.