TESTING/PROGRAMMING

Wednesday, 9th of November, 2005 @ 6:28am

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A majority of games are designed around real spaces; for example San Francisco Airport. PSP Structures could be site specific and allow Passionate game players to experience both virtual and real spaces in parallel.

Shona Kitchen

SITE SPECIFIC

Sunday, 6th of November, 2005 @ 5:23pm

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SO, WE HAVE MAN/MACHINE/PSP..... What about location. Site specific games. Structures which can move into extreme demanding locations. Real Experiences combined with virtual. Psp structures strategically positioned according to game type.

Shona Kitchen

SIMULATION

Sunday, 6th of November, 2005 @ 5:05pm

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The virtual world is a beautiful place.... but just not quite satisfying enough. Nothing beats the real brutal beauty in hard core functional machinery.
With the psp a direction which combines both is manifesting..................person/machine/psp

Shona Kitchen

COMMUNITY/TRANSFORMABLE SPACE

Sunday, 23rd of October, 2005 @ 11:43am

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Image no.1: Fly-By-Community. A community so passionate about
flight they make it their home.

Image no.2: Gasworks. It was not until i was 15 that i realised a gas container
grew and shrank depending on how much gas it contained. I am still
in awe whenever i see one.

Image no.3: Oil Rig. A structure built specifically for one function and to withstand
the brutal environment it has placed itself within.

Shona Kitchen

+ REAL PHYSICAL PRESSURE?

Tuesday, 11th of October, 2005 @ 4:51am

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Playing with the psp, our sensations are limited to the strain of ones eyes and brain… a few erratic muscle twitches. But nothing that can account for being aware of ones physicality, both in oneself and against ones opponent. A real future of unused bodies does not seem that far fetched really!

What if we combine 2 games:  psp v psp + human v human

Shona Kitchen

STRANGE SPACES/STRANGE CONSEQUENCES

Wednesday, 5th of October, 2005 @ 4:08am

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When one does things one is not meant to do, there is always a consequence............

Sometimes the consequence is worth the wrong doing........

Images:

1. The consequences of a man trying to steal electricity
2. An electric shock mouse trap
3. A gallery in a turned over truck

Shona Kitchen

LETHALLY FUN!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, 28th of September, 2005 @ 7:45am

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One evening I thought about building a Beretta 9mm pistol out of Lego. It has always been the handgun for me so, on a whim, I decided to see what I could come up with. Without hitting the web for pictures, I threw one together in about 2 hours, using only memories from movies, video games and my friend’s Series 92 for reference. Since then the model has been refined in many ways. For detailed information on the evolution of the kit, read below. If you’d like to purchase one, now you can! The information here covers up to the 3rd generation of the model’s evolution, but we’re now offering a 4th generation version for sale which includes easier-to-follow instructions and a sturdier design.

Learn how to build your own at
http://onyx.malagraphixia.com/

and then check out the real one
http://www.beretta.com

Shona Kitchen