How to set the Piano Tiles 2 record? Build a robot: Overhead iPhone 6+ processes video of the iPad screen at 120 fps. iPhone tracks tile speed and sends timing info via MIDI over USB through the camera connection kit. Teensy 3.2 receives tile data and sends step/direction to stepper drivers, which smash the tiles […]
Time Trial is a new interactive rock climbing video game produced by Randori, and hosted at Brooklyn Boulders Somerville twice each month. Players are given the opportunity to compete in a dynamic setting featuring augmented reality on a climbing wall.
So what color is “Oldlace” exactly? Is “FireBrick” red-ish, yellow-ish, or something in between? How green is “MediumSpringGreen”? Named Colours is a fun game to test your knowledge / to find out: Named Colours → Related: Crayon.css – Because colors have a name →
A “game” powered by The Link That Can Crash Google Chrome: Mouse your way through the map without touching the deadly trees! %%30%30: A Game →
We created a live action first-person zombie shooter in our garden – then invited unsuspecting people on chatroulette, omegle and skype to take control… Here’s a behind the scenes:
Relive some of YouTube’s best loved videos from the last decade with a game that tests your pop-culture knowledge. #HappyBirthdayYouTube Built using pixi.js Do you know YouTube from A to Z? →
Oh the memories! I was 13 when the first GTA was released; and fooled around with it quite a lot (some remainder can be found here) — remember Junction25, M1, Cops, and GTA Cars? I surely do!
The track itself is stored in several distinct files. The most interesting of which are TRACK.TRV, containing raw vertices, and TRACK.TRF containing the track faces as quads of 4 index pointers into the vertices. Pretty straight forward. Reverse Engineering WipEout → WipEout Model Viewer, A WebGL Expiriment →
Alto’s Adventure is an endless snowboarding odyssey, set against a beautiful and ever changing alpine landscape. Great atmosphere and quite fun 🙂 Alto’s Adventure →
A Clockwork Orange – Some of the most iconic scenes from Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film reenacted in Grand Theft Auto: Online Neatly done!