This bingo game is my attempt to dissect some complicated truths about being an Asian American. Part of this is prompted by this idea that those across the AAPI community share some universal patterns within our backgrounds whether it's recurring traits within our families, how society and the media treats us, or how we think of ourselves. And it also fascinates me to see reactions from those who come from other backgrounds and compare and contrast the overlap with our respective identities. Some of these things are boxes that I don't necessarily check for myself but I've heard recurring from others, and many are things that I've experienced myself.
I wanted to capture the feel of trying to balance all of the different types of bandwidth in every day life
Wanted to capture some basic human conditions/behaviors and first on the list was anxiety. Certain things on the list distract you momentarily but other things lessen your anxiety bar.
I wanted to learn ThreeJS so thought I'd try to recreate the game that I created in Unity in 3D.
This project was another Arduino game based on one of my favorite games at the arcade: the light stop game. (There's probably an official name for it, but I don't know it.)
I took a Dadageek class to learn how to make art with Arduinos. Using what I learned in class, I made a few games. The first was a battleship game.
After creating the character, I then needed to animate it and add it to Unity.
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Started with this initial sketch to try out organic movement and then extrapolated to create a game