Project Sci-Fri 3 Minute Promo from Matt Champer on Vimeo.
One of the types of characters you’ll bump into on the dangerous seas of Battleship Numberline! Colored versions of the frigid pirate Frostbyte and his cold hearted crew!
As a member of Team STEMPOWER, I was the educational designer of this prototype for DARPA’s ENGAGE program working with Carnegie Mellon University’s Human Computer Interaction’s Institute. I was also the 2D artist and also provided all of the character designer. My favorite character from the vast cast, you ask? Construction Croc!
What else awaits young Jack or Jackie in their balance adventure?
Used for Team Sci-Fri’s first prototype Ramps. Demo is available here. From start to scratch the entire prototype was made in under a week. Go team!
Made for Building Virtual Worlds: Round 5, “Hello, Good Buy!” allows up to sixteen guests to log in via smart phones and play this real time strategy web-based game. Team 9 consisted of : Albert Gea: 3d Modeler/Producer Eric Hamel: Sound Design Xiyuan (Zero) Liu: Programmer John Balash: Texture Artist This world was selected to[…]
Made for Building Virtual Worlds: Round 2, ”A Fairy Tale Ending…?” allows the guest to use the Microsoft Xbox 360’s Kinect platform to progress this quirky tale of heroism. World was build in 2 weeks. Team 5 consisted of: Jingyi Feng: 3d Modeler/Producer Jason Hsu: Sound Design Hsawn Kuang: Programmer John Balash: Texture Artist
Made for Building Virtual Worlds: Round 1,”What are little boys made of?” allows the guest to use a head mounted display to help Luke (pictured left) rally courage to ask Jill (far right) to be his valentine. World was build in 2 weeks. Team 19 consisted of: Albert Gea: 3d Modeler/Producer Eric Hamel: Sound Design[…]