Posted in November 2011

Look mom, I made my own augmented reality!

This post is the 19th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an a ridiculously awesome example of augmented reality, well at least awesome that I got it … Continue reading

Augmented Reality

This post is the 18th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an initial reaction to the topic of augmented reality. Augmented Reality – where digital overlays are … Continue reading

Fun to play, hard to make

Try out the game here: Β http://torrezriley.com/flash/finalproject2.swf For our second major project in Producing Interactive Media we were to create a Flash game, not an easy task my classmates and I quickly learned. I was inspired to make a storybook game and chose to use the tale of Little Red Riding Hood. I had grand plans … Continue reading

Who’s hands hold the “virtual” world?

This post is the 16th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an initial reaction to readings on virtual worlds. In “Why Virtual Worlds Matter” it seems that … Continue reading

New Media Changing Politics

This post is the 15th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is a more in-depth look at the topic of democracy in new media, specifically in relation to … Continue reading