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In Development: Delivery Service

At least someone’s excited about this!

Staying motivated can be a constant struggle for many people, and even more so for aspiring game developers. In fact, it’s a problem that I often encounter both in the late night appointments with my laptop and my homework, as well as in my personal game development process. 554 more words

Games

Updates to DOAJ will be switched off while we upgrade the site

Earlier this month I wrote about the twelve developments that we were working on. These are now ready to be released to the live site this week and we will be making the upgrade between Tuesday (21st April) evening and Wednesday (22nd April) morning British Summer Time (GMT+1). 79 more words

News Update

Further development: metadata harvester and API

Here’s some good news for a Thursday.

In May we will be starting our next development projects: a metadata harvester and an API.

For the harvester, we will run a pilot phase collecting the PLoS metadata.  192 more words

News Update

In Development: Life Without Curves

Check out those dotted rectangles!

The visuals of a video game are incredibly important, as they convey a lot of information and are capable of immersing the player in an entirely different world. 654 more words

Sunset Media Wave

3D PRINTED SWIMSUIT CREATES BIG SPLASH:

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Nadir Gordon, a fashion design student at Argentina’s Universidad de Palermo, recently used a 3D printer to create a swimsuit.  It is a sculptural piece inspired by the motion of ocean waves.  186 more words

Fashion Tech

TENT TENNIS SHOES:

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I like tennis shoes as much as the next person but I cannot say that I have ever owned anything close to the Shoe-Shelter sneaker.  104 more words

Wearable Tech

Games to Pray For - Jurassic Park Aftermath

Sometimes you don’t know how badly you want something until you see it.  Enter Jurassic Park Aftermath.

A single programmer, Conceptcrash, has come up with a brilliant idea for the Jurassic Park sequel that should have been.   328 more words

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