Category Archives: Writing

Explanations and Connections: Piltdown Man script and visual snapshots

Script: Title: Charles Dawson and Piltdown Man “What and where is the missing link in our evolution? Back in 1912, one archeologist, Charles Dawson, claimed to have found it. The discovery was made in Sussex, England, near the village of … Continue reading

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Interaction Review: Lake Ontario Simulation

For my interaction review, I decided to evaluate the Lake Ontario Dive Simulation at the Rochester Museum of Science. The interaction comes from stepping inside the simulation car and sitting in front of a screen for about seven and a … Continue reading

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Video Artwork Proposal

For my video artwork I would like to focus on the poet, Edgar Allan Poe. Poe was a huge inspiration to me back when I was interested in creative writing, and I would like to be able to bring that … Continue reading

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Interaction Review 2

Juicy game design and interaction- Game 1: Bounzy Bounzy is a strategy game for mobile devices. You play as a mage that shoots spells against block-like enemies. After each turn, the enemies will move one unit closer to you, unless … Continue reading

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Interaction Review 1

Game I could play forever: Mahjong Dark Dimensions In this puzzle game, the user interacts by clicking a mouse (or a trackpad for a laptop). As the user moves either the mouse or their finger (if on a trackpad) the … Continue reading

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Journal/FM 7

This week I focused on learning the main bones in the foot. Below are pictures of the body’s form in different positions: Back view, front 3/4 view, and a side view with one leg raised.

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Character Biography

Karralynn was born to a simple family on the outskirts of a small town. Growing up, she was constantly surrounded by nature. She took a liking to it and spent as much time as possible out there. When her parents … Continue reading

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