James Alliban
Since 2005
Works in St Albans United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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James Alliban is an artist, interaction designer and international speaker from London. He is primarily concerned with building interactive toys and immersive environments which allow for new forms of creative expression. These projects manifest themselves in the form of installations, mobile art apps and online tools that explore the experiential nature of technology using a variety of computer vision, image processing and procedural graphics techniques.

James holds an MA in Hyperfictions from The University of Hertfordshire.
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Re: Re: online game performance art


You may have already seen this. It is one of the most powerful anti war games I have found.

http://www.newsgaming.com/games/index12.htm

It is called September 12th by Gonzalo Frasca. It hits the nail right on the head as far as I'm concerned. War breeds more terrorists.

Sal Randolph wrote:

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> Thanks Andrej, thanks Charles!
>
> Interesting viewing all. More please! I think Charles project came
> closest to what I was imagining -- actually using the in-game space.
>
> Other projects?
>
> S
>
>
> On May 1, 2006, at 4:14 PM, Charles Sheppard wrote:
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> > Allow me to toot my own horn.
> > http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4944383902311128713
> > http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6389596397213157185&pl=true
> >
> > Both are video documentations of a project I called "interactive
> > digital performance art" in which I use the gamespace as my 3D
> > environment.
> >
>
>
> On May 1, 2006, at 4:14 PM, Andrej Tisma wrote:
> > I think this web site commemorates those victims in good maner too:
> > http://www.webheaven.co.yu/usa/freedom/iraqivictory.htm
> >
> > also this flash animation:
> > http://www.at.ns.co.yu/bushes/Watch%20Those%20Bushes.htm
> >
> >
> > ________________
> > Andrej Tisma - artist, art critic and curator
> > WEBSITE: http://tisma.net/
>
>

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Re: software for recording screen movement?


I've used Camtasia - http://www.techsmith.com/ to do this. It's very effective and has loads of features.