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I’m the very definition of thrilled [look it up in the dictionary: betcha there’s one o’ my Virtual Reality avatars right there looking right smug] to be showing three Virtual Reality works at this 2017 International Festival of Virtual Reality hosted by the cultural association “Las Ranetas”. The Festival includes a bunch of amazing [and I mean pinch-me-cos-I’m-fangirling amazing] projects, such as the Emmy Award winning #Oculus StoryStudio produced #Dear Angelica, #TiltBrush works by the always fab Tamiko Thiel, and the #BBC produced The Turning Forest. There’s also works by the so-incredibly-talented-it-just-about-hurts Anna Zhilyaeva, along with Sony’s Snatch [how’s that for a phrase?].
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Well isn't that fab: the Jury Members of the EX Experimental New Media Art Award just sent through this spiffo Finalist certificate for my eliterature/Virtual Reality work "Our Cupidity Coda".
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The lovely Daniele Giampà quizzed me [for this interview that's now up at the Electronic Book Review] on Mezangelle, VR, my collaborative works with Andy Campbell, the intersection[s] of games and literature, and a heap of other goodnessy things. Thx, Daniele.
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What lies beneath our screens? Can humans read programming languages? Where lies the boundary between human langugage and machine language? The ELR has invited +Mez Breeze, artist and writer of new media works, to participate in this interview to talk about code works, #Mezangelle and the importance of learning to code. Also, we have tried to draw a distinction between fiction, video games and art in some of her latest works that are characterized by multimodal narrative, game mechanics and VR technology.
Interview with Mez Breeze
Interview with Mez Breeze
electronicliteraturereview.wordpress.com
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Cubist Fox
Cubist Fox
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Best Overall #Game #Award Goes to…All The #DelicateDuplicates! [#indiedev #gamedev]

Amazingly tingle-fueled news: All The Delicate Duplicates has won the Open Arcade “Best Overall Game” Award at this years Game City Festival! Three games were nominated for this Best Overall Game Award, our very own, Akuto and The Last Leviathan.
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Talking Walking Sims With @ChineseRoom's Dan Pinchbeck. [#gamedev]

To think there was a time when a game like Dear Esther was seen as a radical concept. One so against the grain that it actually left some players enraged and decrying that its very existence was harmful to videogames. Ostensibly, there’s very little for…
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Knott’s Shuts Down ‘Insensitive’ Mental Hospital #VR Experience

Knott’s Berry Farm has shut down a virtual experience designed to take visitors through a mental hospital scenario at the urging of local mental health advocates who called it “insensitive.”“FEARVR” was an extra paid attraction of the park’s annual…
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All The #DelicateDuplicates Interview | Words About Games #EGX [#gamedev #indiegames]

Gary interviews Tracey McGarrigan about All The Delicate Duplicates, a digital fiction game about the relationship between a father and a daughter that is strained by arcane objects that they’ve inherited from Aunt Mo.
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1990s #VirtualReality Papers Collection Downloadable from the #InternetArchive.

This is a collection of papers, reports and concepts around the idea of Virtual Reality as presented in the years of 1990-1995. They are in a variety of formats ranging from text to Postscript and are offered in their original .ZIP archives from a CD-ROM…
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CMO of #Unity discusses #VR and the Next Generation of #Immersive Experiences

Clive presents his views on the quickly evolving VR space and the drive to create more immersive gaming experiences. Alongside a new virtual storytelling language, we’re seeing an evolving mixed medium that brings in physical sensation. From Unity’s use…
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