Month: February 2015

Interview with Philadelphia Street Artist

12 January 2015 Before I set out to design and install my interactive art piece, I considered the importance of hearing about Philadelphia’s street art...

Self-Portrait: The Map of Heartbreaks

(first draft above, second below)       the map of heartbreaks is a simple map in a spiral shape – in fact, it’s based on...

Group Game #1: Deep Sea Rescue

The original idea for Deep Sea Rescue was to have a bad guy manipulate the terrain with a pattern. My group and I  decided to have...

Group Game # 1: Frog Laser

In my game I attempted to create a bad guy that would not be interacted with directly. Its movement patterns then do not actively harm...

Bad Guys: Eat Your Friend

  Eat Your Friend is a local multi-player game in which you and another person compete to be the largest amoeba in the petri dish. This...

Group Game #1: Getaway

So for  the first game this year I am going with my idea of being a bank robber in a situation where the heist has...

Group Game #1: Climb

    “Climb” is a single-player game that uses keyboard as the main input. The player acts as the character at the bottom of the...

Group Game #1: Deep Sea Rescue

After reviewing the labs our initial ideas were brought to fruition, such as randomly generated objects of which determined the speed of our bad guy...

Group Game #1: Ion Rush

IonRush (click for .zip) Ion Rush is a game of patience and timing. It forces the player to pay attention to the enemies’ patterns in...

Self-Portrait: A Map of Home

  This is a work in process. It’s a map about the places I’ve lived and the journey to finding home. The map key represents...

Self Portrait: A Map of My Origins

For my self portrait I was heavily inspired by Eastern traditional methods of understanding the self and the human body. I feel that our highest...

Self-Portrait: A Map of Memory

For my self-portrait, I decided to map my travel routine during high school in Bangalore, India. At this stage, my map is still very incomplete...

Self-Portrait: Mapping Communication

For my self portrait, I mapped my favorite part of my life: communicating. Over-communication is sort of a safe space for me. I’ve always been...