Over the past few weeks, I looked into the various ways Unity3D has been used in the industry. One of the things I found most appealing and interesting about the possibilities and uses of this platform is mobile technology. Unity3D accounts for 50% of mobile games.
Check out this clip of my first rodeo in Unity. This game is unpublished, still a work in progress and I’m still learning how to use the game engine. I call this game “Runna Boy.” Eventually, I’ll work on developing an infinite runner game (think Subway Surfers and Temple Run). This New Media Production course was great overall, because in addition to working my usual Adobe Apps (Premiere Pro,PhotoShop), I was able to delve into Fuse, Mixamo, Unity and work in HTML tocreate an interactive narrative.
Below, please find an interactive project new media sampler consisting of snippets from projects completed this semester. I am completing both Post-Production and New Media Production with Professor Erika Tsuchiya. For those courses, the method of submission includes an separate class EduBlog (visit my temporary class site here), and heavy use of private Google Docs portals.
I am excited about using Adobe Animate, Mixamo, Adobe Fuse, MIT Scratch and Unity3D. Before this course, I had no idea almost 50% of mobile games are developed using Unity.
My work assisting Jill Lotenberg on the cover of Mann Publications for the August and September issues were published.
This is for my work on the photo shoot of Joe Willen of Advantage Title. This memorable shoot took place on beautiful and scenic Northport, Long Island. I actually didn’t expect to receive published photo credit considering this was part of an internship, but this is actually quite awesome. Learn more about Mann Publications.
This PhotoVoice project features a selected subject of interest and multiple locations / shoots. This topic was selected because Rowan University is located in South Jersey and students are always on a quest to find interesting and FREE things to do. Moreover, there are over 100 institutions in the Greater Philadelphia area. Emphasis was placed on locations that can be enjoyed at no cost by people under the age of 21.
This photojournalist video profile documents Malin Fezehai. She won various awards including the World Press Photo Award for Daily Life. Some of her clients include TIME, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Fader Magazine, Nike and others.
She now works as a Visual Journalist for the New York Times. Her areas of focus are communities of displacement and dislocation around the world. There aren’t many minority female photojournalists; researching and learning about her work and accomplishments was a great experience.
Role: Content curation, video editing, research, voiceover, script writing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro