The A MAZE-Festival is spreading its wings. The “warming-up” before the conference starts is an exhibition called “First Step” and can be still visited today. It is some sort of small, improvised exhibitions of game art – they did changed a private living room into an exhibition space for this reason. You can read this report (in German) from Robert Glashüttner, that explains the experience and the exhibits in detail.

Roy Block

One of the works shown there was the “Roy Block“, a media-project by Sebastian Schmieg he made at the Merz Academy Stuttgart. It’s an a tangible interface, that provides an experimental gaming experience, where you take real cube objects, to control the player on the screen. Roy Block is written in Processing and uses “reacTIVision software” for tracking.

Blog, Games - Date published: June 6, 2009 | 0 Comments

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