Revealed at the Google IO conference, Cardboard is a scored, flat-pack box that you fold into set of cardboard goggles that hold your phone; an accompanying software package uses your phone’s screen and accelerometer to create stereo-optical VR images in the manner of the Oculus Rift.
Unity3D is an amazing tool; It makes development a dream. It introduces coding to novices without limiting their capabilities. It removes the headaches from coding the core engine, 3D renderer, sound system and all of the components required for a good, stable, usable 3D engine by having them already there ready for you to use.
They tweet about them, they post photos of them, they write games about them. But what does this love of cats say about the game design process?
In this series of videos shot by Creative England, respected business owners discuss key challenges and issues in the creative sector. Take a peek inside the Matmi studio and hear what Jeff has to say about the physical and digital worlds merging.
Five of the best apps, games, plugins and websites we’ve stumbled upon this month.
Thanks to the Internet, one adrenaline junkie filmed a mega-ride with six fisheye lens, warping the footage into a blood-pumping ride that transforms a rollercoaster into a panoramic little planet.
Xanadu, which began development in 1960, now has a working release, OpenXanadu
Today, for the second year running Jeff was a keynote speaker at SAScon, one of the UK’s finest Search, Analytics and Social Conferences. We thought we’d leave it to Twitter to sum up his presentation on ‘The Human Interface’…
In last night’s episode of Channel 4 Dispatches, the digital industry got a kicking for marketing unhealthy foods to children through advergames.
Our latest project for Sony Playstation is officially out of the bag and ready to play NOW on Facebook!