Magical Pencil is a video game telling a story about a journey of a deserter who has a magical pencil by which whatever is drawn becomes real. In the game, players can create whatever they want by hand drawing to help the character gets to his home. The game can recognize what the player is […]
Do I need to document everything? It’s super long if I do so. I think it’s better to put a link to the source codes and only explain essential parts here. Source Code Before I start. In the past, I’ve only made one unity projects, the VR one called It’s Time to Go to Time. […]
I finally decided to make a video game, which was my dream. Thank Gabe for his supportiveness. It was him encouraging me to do some research about games and find out some ideas while I cannot make up my mind. Then I started working on finding game ideas. I want this game to be an […]
This is a documentation about the server part of my Thesis project, a game played by doodling. In the game, you can create everything in your mind, via doodling. It’s like Scribblenauts, but instead of typing the name of an item, you draw it. In the beginning, I thought Google could provide an API for […]
A quick note about the error I encountered and the hardship of solving it. To classify doodle, I need a doodle predicting server.
There is an American idiom that I love is “This blows my mind”, which is the core idea of this poster design.
Before I came to ITP, I was a product designer/manager in China and here are some projects that were done during 2012 – 2016.
P5.js is a tool helping me to learn to programme. Though all of my P5 sketches are made roughly since they are made in the first semester in which I learn coding, here are some of them that I’m willing to share with you.
Which Pill is an online game exploring the behavior when people encountering lost.
Todd is an alcoholic hamster and a retired Jedi.