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Games, Simulations, and Virtual Worlds | EDUCAUSE

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Indepth about edutainments games.

How To Find Out What People Want « game producer blog

http://www.gameproducer.net/2007/02/02/how-to-find-out-what-people-want/

I’m actually having trouble pinpointing on what I’m supposed to do. Dang, designing is not easy. I need to keep it simple & fun, and short enough.. brain-squeezing-time, again!

The effect of college assigments.

More spesifically in my case.

1. You will not have enough sleep
2. You will lost track of time
3. You will not have enough time to do anything else
4. You will suddenly lost the ability to multitask
5. You will suddey lost concentration
6. You will feel stressed
7. Your pc suddenly could not cope with you
8. You will feel tired
9. You will try to do your best
10. You will faint for a few day after it’s done

Ask though actually it’s not done, but atleast most of it were done.

Seantriana out, will now do networking for Unity3D.

Android – my first time

Whoa! This is, how do I say this. Easy! As in easy to
use! This is my first time changing my phone to something like this, honestly, it was becoming a pain to schedule my work with a Nokia N70. I love this technology!

Oh yeah! If I’m not mistaken, Unity3D can also support Android? Hah, I’ve been using Unity3D for how long and still confused by it. Time to a back to the basic classes.

Exploring Second Life – Straylights

Okay, fixed that persistent little bug in my system. Now I can really go to Straylights!

The bridge

Umm, reminds me of… Alice in Wonderland? This pace got great texturing. I seems so… outdoor, peaceful, and attractive.  The water effects are great, probably using a UV scrolling method.

Light coming in from the sky

Now this is interesting, I’ve yet to come across a place with this kind of light effect anywhere in Second Life. Seeing this, what else could I say? Amazing!

So this is why they called the place Straylights

Seeing the environment and level of detail given to this place, I would love to enjoy the stereoscopic version!

Che, got lost again

Cometh, I will be your guide

They're all here

This actually spooked me the first time, I went … for a while before realizing, it’s actually flowing! How in the world did they do this amazing light particle effect?!

Exploring Second Life – International Spaceflight Museum

Well now, since it’s been a while from the last time I logged into Second Life. I decided to enter SL yet again. I don’t really prefer SL due to certain reasons, like sudden disconnections, or crazies who do immoral stuffs, or a group of users who kept complaining, complaining, complaining in the middle of the crowd. And that time when the SL environment around me appear the banner **** non-stop with annoying sound-effects… Totally kills the mood there…

Back to Second Life, okay, I’m now at International Spaceflight Museum and here at the entrance is, space!

Theres a huge banner of the solar system here

Okay, from what I know so far about the International Space flight museum is,

Oh hey! I found the visual map of ISM! Now this will make my life a whole lot easier!

Spaceport Alpha Map - International Spaceflight Museum

Now where should I go?

The New Horizons Spacecraft will reach the planet in 2015

Hmm, I want to go to Pluto.

Pluto, or 134340 Pluto, is the second-largest dwarf planet in the Solar System (after Eris) and tenth-largest body known orbiting our Sun. Originally classified as a planet, Pluto is now considered the largest member of a distinct population known as the Kuiper Belt.

Pluto is composed primarily of rock and ice and is relatively small: approximately a fifth the mass of the Earth’s Moon and a third its volume.

Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, are sometimes treated together as a binary system because the barycenter of their orbits does not lie within either body. Pluto has two known smaller moons, Nix and Hydra, discovered in 2005.

The name Pluto was proposed by Venetia Burney (later Venetia Phair), an eleven-year-old schoolgirl in Oxford, England. She considered the name, that of the Roman god of the underworld, appropriate for such a presumably dark and cold world.

I misstepped and fell to Earth!

Oh? A simulator of the Solar System

Wandered into a tree house of sorts

KL Bird Park

Last Wednesday on 4 August 2010, we went to Kuala Lumpur Bird Park.

Click to go to KLBird Park website

The KL Bird Park was established in 1991 and was officially opened by Her Majesty the Queen of Malaysia, Tunku Bainun. The park is 10 minutes away from the city center. The main feature that distinguishes KL Bird Park from any other bird parks is the concept of free-flight. Entering the door of KL Bird Park is as if you are stepping into an enormous bird cage, where visitors will have a chance to witness at close proximity how approximately 800 birds of 60 local and foreign species living together as a perfectly balanced community in this semi-natural, man-made environment.

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