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levelHead source code released.
Open Source Games
After many requests and a heap of delays the levelHead source code is now publically available under the General Public License V3.0. All art assets are provided under the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license. See this install page for full instructions.

This is a release intended for developers and those comfortable with the compiling software on Linux systems. As yet there is no binary executable of levelHead.

More about that soon..

Posted by julian on Wednesday, July 30 @ 09:11:26 CEST ( )

hello: Vimeo moves to ban Machinima, Game footage
Let's hope this isn't a trend. From the article..

The Vimeo staff does not feel that videos which are direct captures of video game play truly constitute 'creative expression.' Further, such videos may expose Vimeo to liability from the game creator(s), as we have already seen action from popular video game companies against videos such as these... Gaming videos are by nature significantly larger and longer than any other genre on Vimeo ...

It would seem the Vimeo team isn't familiar with the now-venerable of appropriation as applied to creative practice.. The more likely explanation of course is simply that they are feeling the chill of a lawsuit.

If YouTube was to follow suit what are the feasible options for distributing Machinima, speedruns and other clips employing commercial games as a function of creation? Perhaps The Internet Archive will remain our bastion of sanity here..

I'll make a post about a great initiative by The Internet Archive soon, as relating to documenting experimental/artistic game development practices.

Posted by julian on Wednesday, July 23 @ 23:40:51 CEST ( )
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hello: Call for Work: ''It's all in the game''.

Tanja writes in to let us know of a game related call for submissions..
AveCom "It's all in the game"

October 3rd - 26th 2008, Arnhem - Nijmegen, The Netherlands

'Interactivity' is a word that seems to gain more importance and magic everyday. In 2008 AveCom focuses on an audiovisual phenomenon that is indisputable connected to interactivity: games.

AveCom and Square Eyes Festival are organizing an event based on the interactivity between art and games entitled: "It's all in the game..."

A 3-day festival, October 3rd - 5th, consists of digital movies, installations, performances and live-cinema. This festival will kick off a 4-week exhibition in which all imaginable fields of art that were inspired by the game-world and vice versa, will be shown. For information, deadlines and entry form: www.avecom.nl and www.square-eyes.org

AveCom is an activity of the CBKGelderland and is funded by the Province Gelderland.

Posted by julian on Saturday, July 19 @ 17:05:57 CEST ( )
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archive: levelHead v1.0 first footage (speedrun/spoiler!)
Art Games

This, the first footage of the first stable version of levelHead, was documented yesterday with a speed-run of 227 seconds through the first 3 cubes. This is a spoiler! Don't watch this clip if you want to solve those levels yourself..

Aside from the above Vimeo documentation, you can download the 65M OGG/Theora file here. It will play in VLC.

This video was made thanks to Blender 2.46's great new video sequence editor (finally a fast and stable Free video editor for Linux) and captured using the strangely performant 3d desktop video capture solution Bugle.

For those of you keen to get your hands on the code: it's coming soon! I still need to tidy up the literature before it ships..

Posted by julian on Friday, July 11 @ 14:14:29 CEST ( )
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archive: Mellifera wins $30k OzCo MMUVE IT! grant
Performance Instruments

Andrew Burrell and Trish Adams are winners of the Australia Council's latest virtual worlds arts initiative – MMUVE IT! Their Mellifera project is "an inter-disciplinary artwork exploring cognitive processes and bodily interaction and its relationship to virtual environments". Burrell and Adams will co-develop a neuro-interface to enable inter-world interactions through sensor-based inputs such as gesture, breath, heartbeats, electrical brain and nervous system activity.

Their progress can be followed via the Mellifera project site, and an OzCo announcement can be found here.

Posted by christo on Monday, July 07 @ 08:24:04 CEST ( )
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hello: Neural #30: 'Dangerous Games' now available.
Sporting a brand new design, the new printed Neural issue #30, Dangerous Games is available.

The issue includes a Ludic Society/Margarete Jahrmann interview, Homo Ludens Ludens exhibition report, Play Cultures, the world of digital games report, an article on games of control and human avatars (by moi), news about Emotoscope, Modi 2.0, Rom Check Fail, Amalgus Cycle Process1, HAI and a swathe of awesome reviews.

It's a super mag so I'll give it a shameless plug: you can subscribe to Neural here or find it at a local bookstore.

Posted by julian on Thursday, July 03 @ 16:02:33 CEST ( )
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archive: Passage
Art Games
This Sunday's game has 100x16 pixels and an aspect ratio of 25:4. It's called Passage. Give it 5 minutes of playtime and you'll get the hang of what's happening. Great work Jason and thanks for supporting Linux and OS X.

Cheers to pix for the link.

Posted by julian on Sunday, June 29 @ 12:35:20 CEST ( )
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hello: Game Controller->Arduino->PD workshop @ Hangar, BCN
This looks to be a great workshop. It covers methods for interfacing game controllers with Arduino such that they can be used to drive audiovisual instruments built in the powerful and popular graphical development environment PureData.

The workshop will be led by PD luminary and active developer Hans-Cristoph Steiner, at Barcelona's infamous Hangar. All that learning will set you back a cool EUR20.00..

Read all about it here..

Posted by julian on Tuesday, June 24 @ 12:40:22 CEST ( )
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tech: Camspace: Markerless Tracking that's Free (as-in-beer)
A small team in Tel Aviv, Israel has been working on what they describe as a paradigm shift in gaming: rather than using an input device like a WiiMote or mouse+keyboard (almost) any object in the room can be trained to be tracked by a standard webcam and their software.

Check out their impressive demo here. They just pick up a brightly coloured object, train and then track.

To be fair, this technology has been around for quite a while in computer vision, popularised most of all by Intel's OpenCV library which allows for defining and tracking many different Regions Of Interest (to unpack a geeky acronym).

Read on for more about this great technology (and why it won't displace the WiiMote any time soon)..

Posted by julian on Monday, June 16 @ 23:07:21 CEST ( )
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hello: ASIA-EUROPE Art Camp: The Art of Gaming
Pavel Sedlak writes to us about this interesting Call for Applications..

6TH ASIA-EUROPE ART CAMP: Ludic Times | The Art of Gaming
22 ­ 29 July 2008

The Asia-Europe Art Camp project is an initiative set up by Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) in 2003 focusing on New Media Art. The project aims at developing a platform to promote dialogue between art students from Asia and Europe, to learn more about each other¹s contexts, cultures and be inspired
during a week of lectures, workshops and public events. Focusing more on the creative process than on the 'artistic product', the Art Camp has been designed as a learning experience and an opportunity for professional development.

Built upon the achievements of the previous five Art Camps, the 6th Art Camp will gather 20 young artists or students, usually in their final year of study, from ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting) countries for an intensive week of workshops, lectures and meetings as well as artistic and collaborative work.
A team of Asia-Europe artistic advisors and resource persons specialised in art and technology will lead and facilitate the workshops during the Art Camp.

On the sidelines of the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2008 and the Asia-Europe New Media Arts Policy and Practice Meeting, the 6th Asia-Europe Art Camp to be held in Singapore is conceptualised around the theme of gaming and will focus on the nature of our contemporary ludic
culture while taking into account psychology of gaming and theories of gaming (as tools for social development and awareness, real-life situation simulations, artificial and augmented realities, serious games for education and games as an art form). Electronic, internet-based and pervasive games
and their roles in urban society will be discussed as well as the possibilities for Asia-Europe game development collaborations and industry-artist-researcher partnerships.

Read on for more..

Posted by julian on Monday, May 19 @ 11:28:34 CEST ( )
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hello: Augmented Reality Games Prototyping Workshop.
Art Games

Alongside Jonas Hielscher and Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, I'll be teaching a 3 day intensive workshop at Mediamatic on rapidly prototyping Augmented Reality games, at Mediamatic, Amsterdam.

Beginning on June 2, participants will learn how AR works while building game designs that incorporate corporeal and social elements with that of digital content. They will walk away with a base of several skeleton applications with which to be able to create and continue developing projects on their own after the workshop.

Read more and sign up here!

Posted by julian on Sunday, May 18 @ 13:46:56 CEST ( )
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archive: Homo Ludens Ludens Follow Up.

Because I have a piece in Homo Ludens Ludens it's little difficult for me to play journalist. For this reason I'm posting here a bunch of links by others that will give you good coverage of what there. I will take the license to say it's a super show, if not a little gigantic (in typical LABoral fashion). Congrats to Laura, Erich and Daphne on the curatorial front. Given the breadth of the topic it can't have been easy..

WMMNA2 (Conversation with Daphne)
Artist Mika Satomi's Flickr Set

There were several works there that I will put into the archives in the coming couple of weeks. In the meantime HLL will be on show until September, so.. why not spend some of your summer holidays in Gijon, swim in the Cantabrian Ocean and catch a killer show of game art while you're at it..

Posted by julian on Wednesday, May 14 @ 11:24:50 CEST ( )
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theory: Curtis Johnson: Art vs Entertainment
Art Games
Curtis Johnson, student of game developer and theorist Celia Pearce, provides us with a few interesting thoughts on the popularly held diametric of Art and Entertainment.

His take on it is that Art itself is already a culturally rarefied form of entertainment and cannot be easily considered otherwise. As a result, this places games, as a self-confessed form of entertainment, well within the realm of art (or at least a little less conveniently separable). I've archived it here for posterity (all copyright belonging to Curtis).

Posted by julian on Wednesday, May 14 @ 10:46:21 CEST ( )
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hello: MMUVE IT! Australia Council InterArts Grant

The Australia Council has announced a $30,000 grant for artists working within MUVEs. I'm hoping the Babelswarm project been responsible (is some small way) for their recognition of virtual worlds as legitimate artistic locations.

The grant aims to give Australian artists the opportunity to creatively and critically explore interactive, virtual worlds, with a particular focus on the body and interfaces facilitating 'mixed realities'.

The grant allows for a collaborative team of up to three artists (including a digital visual media practitioner) to develop inter-disciplinary artwork in a MMUVE of their choice.

With more than 73 million participants in online games and social networking sites such as EverQuest, Legend of Zelda, Second Life and World of Warcraft (to name but a few), and the recent introduction of motion-sensitive controllers such as the Wiimote, an opportunity exists to develop an innovative artwork engaging embodied users in a highly networked environment.

Read more here...

Posted by christo on Tuesday, April 15 @ 05:27:27 CEST ( )
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archive: Homo Ludens Ludens opens on the 18th at Laboral, Gijón, Spain.
Art Games
Following the success of Gameworld and Playware, Laboral brings you Homo Ludens Ludens

LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial presents HOMO LUDENS LUDENS, an international exhibition and symposium exploring games as a critical element in our daily lives and a speculation on the emergence of the “Homo Ludens Ludens”: the contemporary playing man. What does it mean “to play” and to be “a player”?

The goal of this Symposium, organised jointly with The Planetary Collegium, is to provide the framework for contemporary play, to highlight its interdisciplinary nature, and to show the multifaceted reality of our present-day entertainment society.

ARTISTS PARTICIPATING IN THE EXHIBITION: John Paul Bichard, France Cadet, Derivart, Devart, Hannah Perner-Wilson & Mika Satomi, Ge Jin, Vladan Joler, Radwan Kasmiya, John Klima, La Fiambrera Obrera & Mar de Niebla, Danny Ledonne, Valeriano López, Ludic Society, Marcin Ramocki & Justin Strawhand, Martin Pichlmair & Fares Kayali, Brian Mackern, Larry Miller, MIT Lab - Drew Harry & Dietmar Offenhuber & Orkan Telhan, Molleindustria, Julian Oliver, Orna Portugaly & Daphna Talithman & Sharon Younger, Personal Cinema & the Erasers, Rolando Sánchez, Alex Sanjurjo, Gordan Savicic, Axel Stockburger, Silver & True, Román Torre, David Valentine/MediaShed (ft. Methods of Movement), Volker Morawe & Tilman Reiff, William Wegman.

I'll be exhibiting my own levelHead there (it's first public appearance, gulp). It'll be on show with other work by artists above for 5 months.

Read on for more about the accompaning symposium. Looking forward to seeing some of you there next week!

Posted by julian on Friday, April 11 @ 21:03:12 CEST ( )
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archive: Paul Robertson has a new video
It's called Kings Of Power 4 Billion %

Need i say more...


Posted by rebecca on Thursday, April 10 @ 06:17:30 CEST ( )
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hello: Fine job for talented map builder with GTKRadiant skills
Kora, of Workspace Unlimited, writes:

Workspace Unlimited is currently looking for a freelance map builder to
create architectural models and 3D content with GTK Radiant for the Quake 3
game engine. One of the next ongoing projects will start in April-May 2008
and will be showed in a museum in June 2008.

For more information about us please visit:

If you are interested in collaborating to our team you can contact us
through the contact page of our website at:

Posted by julian on Monday, April 07 @ 22:01:33 CEST ( )
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hello: Babelswarm Launch

Babelswarm is an inter-disciplinary artwork in Second Life exploring the possibilities of literary, music/sound art and real-time 3-D arts practices within virtual worlds. The installation is launching in sunny Lismore, NSW on April 11th, 2008. I'll be posting a SLurl to our work blog on the day so you can join us in first- or second-person mode.

Posted by christo on Monday, April 07 @ 03:35:41 CEST ( )
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Audio Surf
Sometimes people come up with some idea that is so fucking excellent you wonder how on earth you survived without it. Dylan Fitterer's Audio Surf is one such game. Players set the background audio for the game by uploading music they actually like. Their favourite songs then determine the shape, speed and mood of the game. Surf Rock just reached a new level of insanity.

Audio Surf runs in Valve's Steam, a Win digital distro/management platform for games.

Via infosthetics.

Posted by rebecca on Tuesday, March 25 @ 08:39:10 CET ( )

hello: Sabotage your Retro this Sunday
Browser Games
Christian McCrea writes in to point us to RetroSabotage, a site doing the rounds today.

In his description "Reworked classic games to destroy original contexts or defy expectations, a bit of a coin-operated Negativland. Playing a reverse form of Breakout causes massive synaptic failure".

and he's right, playing the ghost in PacMan produced a new and disturbing kind of vertigo while simultaneously invoking total distrust of my hands..

Cheers Christian!

Posted by julian on Sunday, March 23 @ 14:30:19 CET ( )
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archive: Future Oil Wars made Fun.

I had to nick the title from the parent article, it was simply too good. Here's the background story the game Fuel of War is set:

Sometime in the near future, gas will cost about $20 a gallon. It gets worse: China and Russia will form a military alliance that threatens the security of the United States and Europe.

Amid hunger, water scarcity and power outages, the two sides will go to war. Soldiers will descend upon bombed-out cities and abandoned villages, where rusting appliances and old car engines litter the streets.

Games like this are disturbing yet somehow honest. They recycle existing fears instead of inventing new sources for them. The terrible awareness that the apetite of the modern world is out-of-control - the fear that the once infinite sphere we live on is drying up - points to a kind of panic that only needs a uniform and a sub machine-gun to feel right at home within a nationalist geo-strategic, island-mentality..

We might ask why the play isn't built around sustainably solving the problem of a lack of oil, looking at other fuel sources and/or coming up with infrastructural changes that privilege other modes of transport. Perhaps that'd be too abstract, it just wouldn't speak to the fear.

Thanks go out to pix for the link. Click here for reccommended reading on this topic.

Posted by julian on Wednesday, March 19 @ 13:08:43 CET ( )
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archive: Wafaa Bilal's political game censored.
Political Games
We've written before about Wafaa Bilal's piece Domestic Tension. His new work, Night of Bush Hunting, has come under significant antagonism.

Tom Sherman, of Syracuse University writes:

Iraqi-born Chicago-based artist Wafaa Bilal interviewed after his show called Virtual Jihadi at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute was "suspended" and he was shut out of the arts building. The art piece consists of a hacked video Al Qaeda video game called
Night of Bush Hunting. The artist inserted himself as a virtual suicide bomber as a way of referencing his own anger and despair over his brother and father's death during the American occupation as well as the anger and despair of Iraqis who have lost control of their lives.

YouTube has a few interviews that will help get you up to speed on the issue.

It seems however that things have recently turned even worse for Wafaa. To cite an article at GamePolitics.

"Following his RPI expulsion, Bilal's Virtual Jihadi exhibit was moved to the nearby Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy. On Monday night, a local Republican political figure, Robert Mirch, led a
protest against Bilal's work outside the Sanctuary. Mirch, by the way, also happens to be the Public Works Commissioner for the city of Troy. In that capacity, he is responsible for enforcing building codes."

Many thanks to Tom and Christian McCrea for the updates, found on the Empyre list.

Posted by julian on Thursday, March 13 @ 11:27:01 CET ( )
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hello: Rhizome Commissions Deadline
Art Games
Rhizome writes to let us know of an upcoming deadline for their commissions program.

Rhizome Commissions Program

Deadline for applications: midnight, March 31, 2008

We support: New Media Art, by which we mean projects that creatively
engage new and networked technologies and also works that reflect on
the impact of these tools and media in a variety of forms.
Commissioned projects can take the final form of online works,
performance, video, installation or sound art. Projects can be made
for the context of the gallery, the public, or the web.

Amount: 7 commissions in the amount of $3000-5000

Guidelines and application forms can be found here.

Posted by julian on Saturday, March 08 @ 21:04:47 CET ( )
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archive: MS Excel as Game Engine?
Art Games

By using the scripting interface, math functions and text input fields, a clever person of questionable sanity repurposes MS Excel as a fairly capable 3D graphics engine. Read the full - and very detailed - article on Gamasutra.

Posted by julian on Friday, March 07 @ 13:01:18 CET ( )
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hello: Gary Gygax moves on

Gary Gygax, co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons, rolled his last d20 on Tuesday.

I'm sure a great many of you will agree (A)D&D was/is one of the richest interfaces to the engines of imagination. It certainly had my mind exploding for several years, leading to merry geekery such as Call of Cthulhu and a healthy dose of Paranoia.

Cheers to you Gary.

Posted by julian on Friday, March 07 @ 12:41:37 CET ( )
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hello: Brody Condon tonight at The Influencers, Barcelona.
Hmm, we're a bit late with this one..

Nonetheless, if you're in Barcelona (or know someone who is) tell them to head down to the CCCB tonight (!) to see Brody talk at this years edition of The Influencers.

Read all about it here.

Posted by julian on Thursday, February 28 @ 16:01:13 CET ( )
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hello: IndieCade: Call for Submissions.
IndieCade is a very open-minded festival of independently produced games. It's brought to you by people that believe in the medium at both a grassroots and academic level. As such, they've dedicated years to the study and promotion of it as a rich platform for creative investigation.

Below is a call for proposals for the next event in Seattle, America. Indiecade promises a well curated, well thought out festival program with a focus on truly divergent and experimental approaches to game development and play. Better still, your work may get to go on the road for a year, touring in some high-profile settings..

Call for submissions—IndieCade: International Festivals of Independent
Games @ Open Satellite, July 10-13, 2008

Game artists and designers from around the world are invited to submit their work. IndieCade welcomes independent interactive media of all types, from art to commercial to academic, from ARG to abstract, from serious to shooter. Entrants will also be considered for year-round international
showcase exhibitions.

Submissions Close Midnight April 11, 2008 PST. For more information and eligibility details, and to enter, visit www.IndieCade.com

Posted by julian on Tuesday, February 26 @ 00:20:42 CET ( )
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archive: Breakthroughs in Wii Hombrew Scene..
Art Games
It looks like the Nintendo Wii itself (ie not the WiiMote and a PC) is well on its way to becoming a platform for creative exploration. Here's a summary of recent events to this effect.
  • Here's a HOWTO for running hombrew code on the Wii using a GameCube SD card adapter.
  • A SNES emulator has been released for the Wii and runs in "pure 100% Native Wii mode" (!link may be suffering from heavy traffic and/or seems temporarily broken. I'll keep checking up on it)
If you hear of any strictly artistic or experimental applications being developed for the Wii using these new tools, be sure to let us know!

Brought to you via /.

Posted by julian on Tuesday, February 26 @ 00:12:21 CET ( )
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hello: Mysterious company seeks gamer brain donors

Please excuse the shamelessly misleading title. They just want to log your brain activity while you play games. It seems perfectly harmless and clearly points to some very scary interesting new technologies on the horizon.

Say them:

Emotiv’s world class team of brain research scientists is famous for their ground breaking discoveries and technology. They are currently research human emotions during multimedia interaction and are seeking volunteers to join them at their Pyrmont harbour side office to partake in this exciting project

Participating in Emotiv’s current experiment involves relaxing on a couch whilst playing a new video game and having electrical profile (EEG) of your brain taken to determine your brains activity during different emotional states and mental tasks

The recordings are taken using a 100% safe and pain free wireless headcap of sensors

Here's the company website. Originally found here.

Posted by julian on Friday, February 22 @ 13:56:40 CET ( )
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GDC08 Update: Independent Loving for all.
Art Games
Looks like a good year for indie developers at this year's GDC.

First up is a "free to use graphics engine" from Sony going by the name of PhyreEngine. Apparently they are releasing complete documentation, "70+ samples" and "full source code and artwork" of sample game templates. Games known to have already used this engine include flOw, GripShift and DiRT. It's for use on desktop computers with build the PS3 as a build target (it seems). We have no idea of what license this will come under but wow.. a big step by Sony. Read more about it here.

Insomniac have announced they're opening up a whole heap of 'utility code' to developers: things that cover "common chores with benefits like memory management templates, debugging utilities, and other basic functions that every developer has a need for when making a game" to quote the article. The project goes under the name Nocturnal Initiative and seems to be just one of several big pushes toward indie-loving this GDC.

Finally it seems Microsoft (in an attempt to outlove the competition?) has released XNA from the shackles of the exclusive club as part of their - a tad misleadingly dubbed - "Youtube for games" initiative. This means that from this Autumn any XBOX360 owner can play XNA games without needing a gold-card. There's more to it than this of course. Best you go RTA.

Big thnx to Chris for the heads up.

Posted by julian on Friday, February 22 @ 13:41:23 CET ( )

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Monday, February 11
· Paper: Avatars and the Invisible Omniscience
Sunday, January 27
· Condon's Performance Modification (Nauman)
Sunday, January 20
· Inclusiva-net: Just 10 days left to submit your project.
Tuesday, January 15
· Gamerz 02 opens in Aix-en-Provence, France.
Sunday, January 13
· SimCity source code released under the General Public License
Tuesday, January 08
· WoW Artist-in-residence
Monday, January 07
· 24C3: Console Hacking and Corrupted Blood
Monday, December 24
· Thnx
Wednesday, December 19
· WiiMote Wizardry: Johnny Chung Lee (multi)strikes again.
· Primitive Collections Field
Friday, December 14
· Hybrid Toys workshop at Mediamatic, Amsterdam
· Workshop on Cute Media
Thursday, December 13
· Patriot Games
Sunday, December 09
· Making music with bots: q3apd 2003 - 2006 now archived.
Saturday, December 08
· Wardive: Wireless Gamescapes on the Nintendo DS.
Friday, December 07
· ARToolkit and Blender Game Engine
Monday, December 03
· The Legendary 6 hour Breakout Hackathon.
Tuesday, November 27
· RMIT Games Program Grad Show, Melb.au
· Konstperspektiv Game Art Article
Saturday, November 24
· Residency for Game Artists: Subotron Vienna
Tuesday, November 20
· Manual Input
Monday, November 12
· Using the WiiMote for Finger Tracking
Wednesday, November 07
· 50 Greatest Game Innovations
Thursday, November 01
· Zero Gamer at the HTTP Gallery, London.
Thursday, October 25
Monday, October 22
· SP wins Open Source award for Creativity..
· Games Episode of Marcus Westbury's 'Not Quite Art' doco
· Biomodd
Tuesday, October 16
· Wolves Evolve Blog
Sunday, October 14
· levelHead, a Spatial Memory Game
Saturday, October 13
· Blender: Mesh-Modeling to Rendering (Introduction)
Wednesday, October 03
· CineKid Game Develoment Workshops at Mediamatic, Amsterdam.
Friday, September 28
· PlayWare at Laboral, Spain.
· Escape From Woomera archived..
Wednesday, September 19
· Play! A Live Video Games Symphony
Saturday, September 15
· Eddo Stern Solo Show at Postmasters, New York.
· Evaluating User Experiences in Games
Tuesday, September 11
· OzCo Second Life Artists Residency Announced
Friday, August 31
· Not Possible IRL
· Bio-predictive game engine.
Wednesday, August 22
· Tekken Torture Tournament
Saturday, August 18
· Level Design As Play
Tuesday, August 14
· Wayfarer Live Game Space
Sunday, August 12
· IGN asks: Is this the year of the Arthouse Videogame?
Friday, August 10
· 50 Really Good Indie Games
Tuesday, July 31
· Free Play Conf Melbourne Ticket Giveaway
Wednesday, July 25
· DIMEA 07 - Call for Participation.
Tuesday, July 24
· Ebert vs Barker: Videogames are not 'High Art'.
Monday, July 23
· VIDA 1.0: Artifical Life Competition
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