Poem Vacuum Cleaner

by Eunmi Yang, Heyhey Communications, Inc.
Words projected onto the floor are virtually cleaned up by a vacuum cleaner.

floor is covered with poems coming from an overhead projector. When a viewer vacuums the poetic words, they turn into colorful projected flowers. According to the author, this work reflects on the role of a poem, which is a flower in our desolate urban existence. She commented that reading poems purifies feelings.

by Chris Mendoza and Geon Dong Kim.

Interactive installation that explores the role of the physical interface in virtual environments. Conceptualized by fellow RISD student Geon Dong Kim, my role in the project concentrated on the development and production of the piece. The project involves a bicycle pump that, when depressed, triggers a series of “dust” particles that are projected on the floor.

Magna Carta 2 is the followup to the PC game released in 2002.
The follow-up to Korean developer Softmax's ancient fantasy RPG, expanding on the PC/PS2 original with this next-gen sequel. Magna Carta 2 Japan

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood is a generally unremarkable game that manages to pull itself together thanks to its story and interesting characters.

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood takes place in the world of Efferia, where two races, the humans and the Yason, are locked in a bitter struggle for control of the land. The humans and the Yason are pretty much the same. The Yason are a bit more in tune with nature, and they have strange-looking ears, but functionally there isn't much of a difference between the two races. You control a hotheaded transvestite named Calintz, who is the captain of a group of mercenaries known as the Tears of Blood. The game picks up the story just as the humans launch a massive attack on the Yason in an attempt to end the war once and for all. The Tears of Blood join the effort, but the attack is foiled by the mysterious Queen Amilia of the Yason. As the Tears of Blood retreat, Calintz meets a strange amnesic girl named Reith, who has mystical healing powers beyond anything anyone has seen. more

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood, By: Atlus Co., SoftMax, Genre: Role-Playing
Release Date: Nov 16, 2005, Players: 1 Player (tech info)
Publisher: Atlus Co.
Developer: SoftMax

Sohui Won
- Weird Objects For Weird Users? (2006)

This project addresses the issue of loneliness. Everyone has experienced loneliness in everyday life. It is very ordinary but it could bring serious problems and destroying the quality of life. There are many people who suffer from Autophobia (the fear of being alone). They feel extreme pain when alone, emotionally as well as physically. But they will have to be alone in everyday life. Here are some design proposals -- objects to enjoy the worst moment for Autophobics and the rest of us who are also potential patients.  Design for Our Future Selves awards 2006

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