Freelance Unity3D Developer & Game Designer
Jun 2015 - Aug 2015
C#, Unity3D, Java, Processing, Electronics, Arduino, Game Design
Critical Hit is an incubator that supports the creation of experimental games and installations. I was among the 16 developers/artists/makers which were invited in 2015 for the theme “Wearable Games”.
I worked on four game installations as a programmer (Unity3D/C#, Processing/Java), game designer and electronics engineer.
In Shoal, an abstract fish pond is projected on the floor. A Kinect recognizes player gestures for fish-creation and interaction and real-life elements like rock-shaped pillows are used as obstacles.
In CloudKeeper, the player is lying down in a bean bag chair, watching an abstract sky projected on the ceiling. Touch/distance-sensing paper crystals dangling from above act as input.
(un)done is a two-player audio game that uses ponchos with conductive strings that can be tied in knots as input. Additionally, generative content is projected on a woven screen.
Fruit Fever is puzzle/memory game that uses a fork which can detect real-life food via electric resistance and an LED apron as output.