Comments for Free Pixel http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu discovering games as expressive media Thu, 07 Feb 2013 17:14:02 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.2 Comment on The Machinima Reader is available by Erik http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/456/comment-page-1#comment-584376 Thu, 07 Feb 2013 17:14:02 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=456#comment-584376 there is a kindle edition now
http://www.amazon.com/Machinima-Reader-Henry-Lowood/dp/0262015331

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Comment on Education and Machinima by Do-It-Yourself Learning Through Machinima | The Ludus Project http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/570/comment-page-1#comment-403597 Fri, 07 Sep 2012 22:31:49 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=570#comment-403597 […] editing, and other computer literacy skills, and of course as a group project it could be a good teamwork builder.  That same link also suggests that it might be possible to use machinima in film schools simply […]

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Comment on Toyota reversing the VirtualReal by Ricky Grove http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/640/comment-page-1#comment-395897 Wed, 22 Aug 2012 19:14:51 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=640#comment-395897 Interesting post! We sure have changed our notions of the virtual. Thanks for reminding me of Ethan Vogt’s excellent Machinima, too.

At the recent Siggraph there was much talk of the “virtual pipeline” for previz. Autodesk is 100% behind this idea.

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Comment on Silent treasures by Linn http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/416/comment-page-1#comment-381383 Thu, 26 Jul 2012 21:15:29 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=416#comment-381383 I would LOVE to see/read a “where are they now” series!

I would like to add dearest Olibith to the list! I always enjoyed the machinima from Olibith, Pink Hair and Baron Soosdon (who I think maybe is working at machinima.com these days?).

I’ve not been keeping track of the machinima scene and would love an update!

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Comment on Silent treasures by michael http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/416/comment-page-1#comment-376782 Fri, 20 Jul 2012 09:38:24 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=416#comment-376782 Of course! How could I not include Machinimag – but I am sure I missed quite a few of them. Also: I remember mprem. There are some captures of it over at archive.org but it was more of a collection of news, right? Anyway, along to way to look for mprem I also bumped in shattered keyboard by bllius (see above!) and as one of those blogs on machinima that have diversified into all kinds of animation and film topics it represents the “other” direction those blogs took (apart from fading away).

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Comment on Silent treasures by CD http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/416/comment-page-1#comment-372745 Sun, 15 Jul 2012 08:58:51 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=416#comment-372745 We had/have Friedrich Kirschner Machinimag site:
http://machinimag.com/
And there was the very active site ‘Machinima Premiere’ as well mprem.com, that is unfortunately no longer online. Don’t know if it is archived somewhere.

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Comment on Silent treasures by Ricky Grove http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/416/comment-page-1#comment-372005 Sat, 14 Jul 2012 05:31:26 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=416#comment-372005 Thanks for the mention (Machiniplex). I was thinking that there was a couple really good blogs back then…can’t remember them all though. I think Phil Rice once posted a list of archived sites. If I come up with anything I’ll post it here.

Best

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Comment on Silent treasures by bllius http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/416/comment-page-1#comment-371879 Fri, 13 Jul 2012 23:25:23 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=416#comment-371879 Long gone days.

Should have a ‘where are they are now’ series.

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Comment on Please stand by … for an official machinima by Pooky Amsterdam http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/619/comment-page-1#comment-359533 Mon, 18 Jun 2012 17:34:11 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=619#comment-359533 The genre fits so well with this indeed, I would love to produce many more films of this kind because it really does speak to the target audience and yes deliver a call to action.
We used Second Life because of the bright look of the platform, the virtual assets we can obtain here, custom made and otherwise which coupled with good looking avatars makes for this cool PSA.
And by all accounts the kids are really responding to the film!
Appreciate this very much!

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Comment on Education and Machinima by Michael http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/archives/570/comment-page-1#comment-334781 Sun, 29 Apr 2012 22:54:12 +0000 http://gtmachinimablog.lmc.gatech.edu/?p=570#comment-334781 CD: thanks for the pointer, I was shamefully unaware of the Fallopian magazine.

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