Interactive Virtual Worlds

Worked as 3D Modeler and helped conceptualize experiences to create Interactive Virtual Worlds in rapid prototyping cycles of 2 weeks, using technologies like Microsoft XBOX Kinect, Sony Playstation Move, Nintendo Wii, Jam-O-Drum and other interactive platforms. ​Average team size was 4-5 people.

Building Virtual Worlds - Round 1 - A Light in the Dark

Technology: Microsoft Xbox Kinect

Guide a scared little girl through the darkness.

 

Controls: Use Right Hand to position the candle. Bring Left Hand containing the match towards the right hand to light the candle and move the girl towards the lit candle.   

Course: Building Virtual Worlds, at Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012

Building Virtual Worlds - Round 2 - Buccanairs

Technology: Steering Wheel and Throttle using Nintendo Wii-motes

Collect the pirate gold by guiding your airship through the islands floating in the sky.

Controls: Steering Wheel to steer, Throttle to control acceleration.

 

Course: Building Virtual Worlds, at Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012

Building Virtual Worlds - Round 3 - Bermuda Love Triangle

Technology: Sony Playstation Move

Male shark "Ralphie" is trying to escape female shark "Christina". He jumps and rows the boat, and is followed by her.

Controls: 2 players play the male and female shark. Shake PS Move (interactions explain in video in detail) to row/swim. Throw and shake crabs using PS Move buttons and gestures.

Course: Building Virtual Worlds, at Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012

Building Virtual Worlds - Final Round - Railly Tricky

Technology: Jam-O-Drum

Load and guide trains to their destinations. Railly Tricky is a cooperative game for a team of 6 people, where 2 workers load the trains in depot using joystick, and 4 people control individual junctions, and collaborate to guide colored trains to their respective junctions.​

Controls:

A. Depot: Use joystick to move the workers and button to pick up the crates

B. Railroad map: Tap the button the switch between straight and curved tracks, spin the wheel to rotate the tracks.

          

Course: Building Virtual Worlds, at Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012

DARPA ENGAGE Initiative (Educational Games for kids)

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Developed web browser based games to teach science to kids ages 6-8 as part of DARPA Engage initiative.

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