Archive for September, 2012
Recently, I have been working on ‘The Game Of Life’ in Scratch. Something which few have tried, and none have ever succeeded. A world first! Anyway, it’s done now and you should check it out!
(Click On The Pic To Check Out My Project)
http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/Ajnin2008/2806150 (If The Pic Doesn’t Work)
The Game may look simple, but in reality, it isn’t.
You may of also thought that my homework was simple to make…
😀 Hope You Enjoy
To many, doing homework is the most boring thing someone could be doing. And to an extent, I find this true. One of my latest homework’s involved me on writing 2 pages about scissors (how to use them, their history e.c.t.). However, as they say, give and interesting question, and you get an interesting answer.
Make a timescale of the earth (and if you can universe):
I think this comes to show, that with the power of tech, you can create some epic stuff!
Basically, for all those people who can’t code java at a pro level (or are scared of code)…there’s something for that.
Imagine Lego, but each brick has a basic bit of code, a variable, moving, rotating. e.c.t.
…and you can place these bricks in chronological order until you create a game, animation or simulation.
You can be mega complex…
Or you can make a cat do a dance.
You can use your project as inspiration/demonstration.
Convert it to an app.
Upload it to the interweb.
Use the code in Second-Life or Open-Sim
Or extend your project to make it recognize real life changes (sound, light, kinect, sliders e.c.t.).
Now it’s your turn…
My Scratching Experience (in a nutshell):
– I ran a scratch club for 4 years
– I have won the YFactor competition in my Scratch expertise.
– My friends and my teachers think I’m great at Scratch, and are constantly asking for advice. 🙂
– Mitchel Resnick (the creator), once wanted to Skype me, maybe I should of got round to doing so… :S
I have a lot of experience with Scratch (4 years in fact, running a club, emailing the creator and winning many competitions in it) annnnnd I have recently got the AR Drone. Also, I love Minecraft. So I thought to myself. Why not mix these loves together to create art.
Introducing, real life and Minecraft mixed in interactive panorama. :O
Click On The Picture To See (requires java)
Read the comments to see how to use.
Note: The compression to upload to the web went a bit mad. D:
If you want to see more Scratch/Tutorials, comment!