Monthly Archives: January 2009

Let the Games Begin

Games for Change – an interesting offer from AMD, a kit to develop your own ‘noble games’. A set of video’s is nice, although is very tempting to remix them all in one large simalcrum. Let’s see how these creature … Continue reading

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Sensing the Future

There are many more ironic and funny, but also thoughtful and provoking images on the Wilhelm Staehle’s website – Silhouette Masterpiece Theatre.

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Brain Controlled Toys from Mattel (and Mind Developing too)

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from the future is now to the future is the past

A poster developed by John Armlender for the DLD 2009 which is taking place at this very moment in Munich, Germany. As explained on the DLD site, the work (full title is Aboard on spaceship earth from the future is … Continue reading

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The Play of Man

When using an interace of the Archive.org to browsing their digital books, I had an experience somehow similar to what I just described: one can roughly point by the coursor at the remaining pages of the books, to quickly thumb them up to … Continue reading

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Reading into future

I’ve been reading (rather, finishing) a trilogy by Philip Pullman His Dark Materials; I will write later my impressions on the book itself, but now I’d like to capture an interesting feeling I’ve got. The edition I have combines all … Continue reading

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Future Bosch

Prado in Madrid and Google widely announced a new way of watching famous paintings – via the web and in uber-high resolution (stunning 14.000 megapixels ) – Google brings masterpieces from Prado direct to armchair art lovers. The above fragment … Continue reading

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Doing playing with museums

Interactive Games Make Museums A Place To Play>Interactive Games Make Museums A Place To Play – a small article on how games and ‘playfulness’ can be used by contemporary museums. No very informative, and yet interesting, because it points to … Continue reading

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Future Topology of Magical Worlds

This is of course not so much a ‘topology’ yet, but rather a landscape (and rough time-line) of a few classical examples of ‘magical worlds’; the source is a plain brain-dump, and any additions are most welcome. The general framework … Continue reading

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Game Play World

I spotted this picture in a Flickr-stream of fdecomite; I liked how he explores possible evolution of chess gameplay (making a board fractal). Few days later I found another development, this time leaving the flat world of the chess board … Continue reading

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