Category Archives: Writing

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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In-Class Typography Exercise 2

Leading Value Scale – 1 Tracking Value Scale – 2 Type Hierarchy – 26 TypographyExercise2 Word file with the second run through the questions, this time filling in the missing portions with my notes and a review of the lynda.com … Continue reading

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