So I just ordered a raspberry pi 3 from Amazon. In trying to figure out how setup a replacement for my WDLive Media Player. Here recently ive been having issues getting it place the videos that i want it to play. So, i’m going to setup a new media player that will work and play with more modern video encoding.
Build on fundamentals. That is what I told someone last week. Build an awesome base. That no one or thing can knock you down from. try not to chase fads. Don’t get swept up in bad production habits.
It can happen fast. I know. You are being pressured to produce. or get good grades. To earn fast money. It can become a trap, and by the time you realize, it going to be much harder to dig yourself out of.
I read in Richard William’s The Animators Survival Kit, really stuck with me. “The Epitaph of an Unfortunate Artist”, by Robert Graves really helped me construct my philosophy on workflow and project management.
Epitaph of an Unfortunate artist.
He found a formula
for drawing rabbits:
this formula for
So in the end he
This formula for
So, after the announcement from Unity that they will be supporting WebGL. I no longer have a need to realy search for a HTML 5 alternative. I will looking at using Unity for the majority of my projects from this point foward.
In my search though, I did uncover an interesting gem. Phaser.io was a crazy robust html5 game engine. It has a lot going for it and had the scalability i was looking for in all of my projects. So if you need one take a look at Phaser.io.
Just before a week before Unite 2014 the people over at Unity have just announced that they will be deploying the WebGL Add-on for Unity 5 free for both the Free and Pro users.
So right now I am looking for the best way to create web based interactive experiences for college courses. Here is the my current list that I have frameworks/engines that I have encountered during my search.
I will be working with each of these to create a prototype game to find out which system will work best for the needs of my team.
Wish me Luck
Chinese Ghost Stories is a Unity project that was developed by the Center for eLearning and Customized Education (CeCE). The idea was to create a dynamic writing prompt that the students would take be able to take ownership of. Originally the students would have to read the first half of the story or book. They would then have to write the ending of the story with their own twist.
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