Also of interest

2 envíos / 0 nuevos
Último envío
Imagen de Edward Picot

Netpoetic.com - http://netpoetic.com/ - by Jason Nelson. A number of video presentations by Jason Nelson on the subject of digital poetics. There are three of them so far, and so far they all deal with the creation of digital poetry using Flash. By turns fascinating, funny, inspirational and infuriating: Jason is a very engaging presenter, obviously completely at his ease in front of the camera, but there are times when he seems so determined not to take himself too seriously that he almost winds up saying nothing at all. A bit more critical analysis and hard-edged technical information would have been helpful; but this remains a quirky and absorbing introduction to digital poetry of the Flash variety, with incidental sidelights on Jason's own working methods.

The Graveyard - http://tale-of-tales.com/TheGraveyard/index.html - from Tale of Tales. Tale of Tales is a game-design studio aimed at people who find ordinary games unsatisfying. Their work often contains mythic/poetic material. In this one, an old lady stands at the gates of a cemetery: you have to guide her through the gates and along a path until she comes to a bench in front of a chapel; then you have to sit her down. When she sits, you hear a song; and after the song, you get her up and guide her out of the cemetery again. The pace is slow, the possibilities for interaction strictly limited, and the end result makes you wonder where games end and works of art begin. A "full" version can be downloaded for $5, which "adds only one feature, the possibility of death".

Imagen de Edward Picot
Also of interest

Netpoetic.com - http://netpoetic.com/ - by Jason Nelson. A number of video presentations by Jason Nelson on the subject of digital poetics. There are three of them so far, and so far they all deal with the creation of digital poetry using Flash. By turns fascinating, funny, inspirational and infuriating: Jason is a very engaging presenter, obviously completely at his ease in front of the camera, but there are times when he seems so determined not to take himself too seriously that he almost winds up saying nothing at all. A bit more critical analysis and hard-edged technical information would have been helpful; but this remains a quirky and absorbing introduction to digital poetry of the Flash variety, with incidental sidelights on Jason's own working methods.

The Graveyard - http://tale-of-tales.com/TheGraveyard/index.html - from Tale of Tales. Tale of Tales is a game-design studio aimed at people who find ordinary games unsatisfying. Their work often contains mythic/poetic material. In this one, an old lady stands at the gates of a cemetery: you have to guide her through the gates and along a path until she comes to a bench in front of a chapel; then you have to sit her down. When she sits, you hear a song; and after the song, you get her up and guide her out of the cemetery again. The pace is slow, the possibilities for interaction strictly limited, and the end result makes you wonder where games end and works of art begin. A "full" version can be downloaded for $5, which "adds only one feature, the possibility of death".

Añadir nuevo comentario

Filtered HTML

  • Replaces [VIDEO::http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=someVideoID::aVideoStyle] tags with embedded videos.
  • Use [fn]...[/fn] (or <fn>...</fn>) to insert automatically numbered footnotes.
  • Las direcciones de las páginas web y las de correo se convierten en enlaces automáticamente.
  • Etiquetas HTML permitidas: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <blockquote> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <br> <p> <br/> <u> <img> <hr>
  • Saltos automáticos de líneas y de párrafos.
  • Use <bib>citekey</bib> or [bib]citekey[/bib] to insert automatically numbered references.
  • This creates an in line reference to another publication.

Plain text

  • No se permiten etiquetas HTML.
  • Las direcciones de las páginas web y las de correo se convierten en enlaces automáticamente.
  • Saltos automáticos de líneas y de párrafos.
CAPTCHA
Queremos saber si eres humano