Have such technological pursuits replaced the more traditional virtuous intentions? We take a look at what inspiration can be found for this year’s resolutions in the National Photography Collection.
Following on from Tuesdays’s discussion of the direction of student animation, BAF continued its series of informative lectures with a talk on computer generated cityscapes for use in games, film … Continue reading
Phillip Tossell and Jennifer Schneidereit have something to be proud of. Next year Nyamyam are set to release a game for iOS, PC and Mac, which can only be described as … Continue reading
Stewart Gilray reveals ‘Abe’s Oddysee New ‘n’ Tasty’ and talks about why digital distribution is the future of the games industry
Bradford Animation Festival 2012 launched with a bit of local flavour. Stewart Gilray, Development Director of Oddworld Inhabitants, lives just up the road in Otley, which is where the independent … Continue reading
So you’re an aspiring animator, cartoonist or artist looking to break into the industry, start a career doing something you love AND get paid? Have you thought about working in … Continue reading
This morning it was announced that Bill Moggridge, a British designer responsible for the design of the modern laptop computer, passed away this weekend on September 8th after a battle … Continue reading
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This post is a joke. Or at least, it started as one. A week or so ago, when everyone was busy meowbify-ing their collections, Oonagh…
If you know a young person aged between 11 and 16 who wants to be a game designer and would like to get their foot in the door of the … Continue reading
I’m happy to report that the Games Lounge has now reopened and has been relocated to Level 5 in the Museum. The much-loved Games Lounge that was situated in the … Continue reading
To mark the opening of Life Online, we invited a selection of people involved in the project to contribute to this blog. Adrian Slatcher is on the Life Online Advisory … Continue reading
Ross Phillips will focus on open source culture with his work, Read Aloud, which mirrors the collaborative nature of the open internet.