A podcast about the intersection of arts and technology. This episode, Jef, Aaron and Adam discuss how to handle death in video games from a storytelling perspective. Does a death mechanic interrupt the narrative flow of a game? How and why “game overs,” “extra lives” and the rest came to be. Plus, Gotye plus projections, sound design in live theatre and why Adam is ahead of his time.
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A podcast about the intersection of arts and technology. In this episode, Adam Jef and Aaron discuss Artemis, a six player Star Trek bridge crew game, paying for Hulu, Google Translating Goldini, the world’s oldest computer and why Adam is marrying… everyone.
A podcast about the intersection of arts and technology. In this ‘awesome o’clock’ edition, Adam Jef and Aaron discuss robot art, the super moon and more. Anything we can think of involving robots and art is covered in this episode, with plenty of room for a ‘part two’ down the road. Enjoy!
A podcast about the intersection of art and technology. Episode 6. This one is fun! Aaron Adam and Jef discuss Edgar Wright’s Brandon Generator, MSIE 9, coffee addiction, virtual Madagascar, motion comics, Xtra Normal and the paywall, Scott Adams free God’s Debris vs. the paid sequel, ebook pricing litigation, homeland security monitors everything on the internet (ha ha), why Aaron is cheap and Jef is broke, the seven-time rule, Mona (Museum of Old and New Art), another new digital museum, eccentric billionaires, a museum-based dating service, why Don Knotts had vaseline on his eyes, the dog who couldn’t spell ‘Brutus’ in court, X-Men, Avengers, Star Trek (again), in defense of superhero movies as American mythology, Tom Hiddleston, Patrick Stewart in The Captains, why isn’t Pinterest a site dedicated to the work of Harold Pinter? Also why guys don’t like Pinterest, intentional contradiction techniques in directing a play, RIP Superman’s underwear, Christopher Reeve and “the giggle test.” Finally: why we’re wagging our fingers at Australia and saying “F” the Dutch.