Author Archives: garrywhitton

About garrywhitton

I'm a masters student studying animation and visualisation. I am exploring the use of games technology for therapy and relaxation.

New Sprites for Masters Project

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game environment test

This is a test of the game environment for my final Masters piece. I’m currently using it to test technical boundaries, ways of improving performance and exploring how to create an immersive and atmospheric environment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUBn35ORiZU The player is someone … Continue reading

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New blog

This is just a quick note to say that work related to my final masters project will be posted on a new project blog that will be shared by all members of the team. It has been protected by Invitation … Continue reading

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3D Sprites update

There’s now a very high chance that I will be using my 3D Sprites in my final project, so I’ve had another look at it to see if I can streamline the process of creating the 3D sprites. The object … Continue reading

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Creativity in computer games

My research progress since starting the Masters, starting with Relaxation aiding games. ABSTRACT Interactive and games technology are relatively new in comparison to other more traditional forms of expression such as books, music, art, and even movies. The benefits and … Continue reading

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Essay conclusion

As usual I’m bunching up a load of blog updates at once because I’ve not been keeping things up to date (again!). So anyway….   In conclusion, my essay turned out ok. The main focus became about exploring how creativity … Continue reading

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Essay update

Ok, so now I’m at the beginning of May and still not as far on as hoped! My word count is still currently a big fat 0! However this is not too bad as I’ve now got a focus, plenty … Continue reading

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