Completed ICO … just took me 10 years and 6.5 hours!

I love this game, I bought it for the PS2 around 2002 and again for the PS3 (for the better graphics) in 2012. I’ve referenced it in my teaching often, but embarrassingly I hadn’t actually got round to finishing it. Ico is still playable after all this time, it has a perfect balance between puzzle […]

Leap Motion Depth Sensing Camera for Physical Therapy #leapmotion

Over the last couple of months I have been working with a development version of the Leap Motion camera, in collaboration with SilverFish Studios, to build VR prototypes for physical therapy focused on finger and hand exercises. We set out to create simulations of actual clinical exercises that we could demonstrate to physiotherapists and occupational therapists […]

SilverFish Studios Release Fly Casting App. for iPhone

SilverFish Studios is an independent software company based within Northern Ireland. SilverFish will have been operating for 2 years come June – no mean feat in the current financial climate. They have had many ups and downs but SilverFish provides a fun working environment and the team are highly motivated, talented and supportive of each other. […]

IEA/AIE Paper Acceptance

We have had a paper accepted to The 26th International Conference On Industrial, Engineering & Other Applications Of Applied Intelligent Systems (IEA/AIE) June 17-21, 2013 Amsterdam (The Netherlands). The abstract is copied below – this is only a part of the unpublished work that we have on the back of Richard’s PhD, and hopefully we will […]

Recent journal publications

Recently we have had three journal papers accepted for publication on the basis of collaborative research that has gone on over a several years. I think this sort of research is crucial, and very worthwhile, though the government’s REF research quality measurements do not really encourage this type of work (due to measurements being explicitly within discipline based units of […]

PhD games research topics on offer at Ulster

Two of our games related PhD project proposals have gone live on the University of Ulster website: Deriving Context-awareness in Quality of Service for Real-Time IP Cloud based Multiplayer Gaming and Motion and Camera Sensor Data Fusion for Personalised, Adaptive and Interactive Rehabilitation Connected-Health Systems The 1st topic continues research by Stephen Workman and connects […]