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New Project: Virtual Time Museum
News posted 9th January, 2010 by OMC  
Hayo is starting a new educational game called Virtual Time Museum as an art academy project. Rather than bore you to tears with my rambling, I'll let you read a quote from the project page:

"This is a virtual, 3-dimensional art museum. Students will walk around in the museum, visit rooms of certain era's and even go back in time to help (art) history evolve. The main goal of the product is to make students aware of causes and effects, art as the product of the times and choices of human beings. A second goal is to give students a general overview of the history of art."

As a minor side-surprise, Hayo also hints at some in-development extension(s) that he's using to make this semi-3D game. This is something to keep on your radar!

Click here to go to the Virtual Time Museum Project Page.

Posted by Wiiman (Evan) 9th January, 2010

Looks really cool! Just helps to remind me how awesome it would be to have that ray caster extension
Posted by Hayo 10th January, 2010

The raycast extension is not hard to get and is indeed a real nice extension, it's not what I used for this tho.
Posted by Cecilectomy 10th January, 2010

indeed. it looks quite a bit more advanced than the very primitive raycast extension. would it be one of the "in development" extensions?
Posted by Levirules 10th January, 2010

I'd really like to see this extension released independently of the game
Posted by Retired Kliker Lazarus 11th January, 2010

But aren't you going to add Dinosaurs to walk with mankind? After all, the Bible scholars state that man and dinosaurs coexisted!
Posted by Fanotherpg 11th January, 2010

Lazarus could you give any links to that statement?
Posted by Rhys D 12th January, 2010

active voxel?
Posted by Retired Kliker Lazarus 12th January, 2010
Posted by Retired Kliker Lazarus 12th January, 2010

*Note: Referring to crazuh Bible thumpers. Not Christians in general.
Posted by Ricky 12th January, 2010
Posted by OMC 12th January, 2010

Oh Monty Python. The Creation Museum is about 30 minutes from me. It was underwhelming. :\


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