Video: Developing apps and games in the 3rd dimension
"The goal is to make [your app or game] as inuitive as possible, so intuitive that hopefully [it] requires no instructions or any tutorials."
In this free GDC Vault
video from the first App Developers Conference, Funktronik Labs founder Eddie Lee
discusses creating his audio-visual Lotus
app for the Leap Motion controller, while recalling his time at Q-Games developing IGF-nominated, PS Move-controlled PixelJunk 4AM
and other 3D input and gesture technologies in "Developing Apps in the 3rd Dimension."
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