Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Exp3: Draft screen shots

Playing around with different trees, and particle tools, such as
rain and wind.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Exp3: Sketchup models

Exp3: FileFront

Makes sure z3335341a_bridge.cry is selected
accidently loaded old levels too..

See valley Layout for location of lifts.

Controlling the Lifts:

(p) key operates Keller's lift to go down:
(n) Key makes it go up

(o) key makes Kerr's lift go down
(i) key makes it go up.

Exp3: 36 Textures

Exp3: Final Screen Shots

Valley Layout

Kellers office sits to the right of the bridge overlooking the
valley and meeting place below. Her lift is located near the entry
to her office outside. The way her office looks onto the bridge evokes
a sense of power and control.

This is Merkel's lift which comes down in-between rock
to the meeting place.

The meeting place is a secluded area below the bridge where
both clients can sit down and enjoy the view. Both clients have
a head position at the table, which has always been a symbol of power.
Miranda Kerr's Lift comes Diagonallydown and lands to the right of the table.

The Bridge with Miranda Kerr's office at the end.

This is the view from Miranda Kerr's office, overlooking the bridge
and onto Keller's office. This height gives a sense of power.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Exp3: Mashup Article

Angela Merkel

Hellen Keller

Miranda Kerr

The campaign for equal rights is an extraordinary event, pushing for The focus on a positive difference. Timid beginnings highlighted the reaction - if we're making positive changes these would be leading the foundation in expanding the forces governing the law of the survival. To reunify tens of thousands of people could be no stronger affirmation of freedom, it makes a big difference which is generally recognised to be outstanding, helping to revolutionise. This is powerful.




Sunday, May 2, 2010


Stephen Hawking:

"Equations are just the boring part of mathematics. I attempt to see things in terms of geometry."
As quoted in Stephen Hawking: A Biography (2005) by Kristine Larsen, p. 43

Charles Darwin:

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change."

Nicole Kuepper:

"Two billion people around the world have no access to reliable electricity. Imagine if
this could be provided with energy that was both cheap and green."