Tag: motion tracking

Don’t pop my balloon

A game for two players and a webcam. The first player must hit the targets on screen using a real balloon. The second player has to pop the…

La Discipline du Rectangle

(Picture by Julian Dasgupta) La Discipline du Rectange is a game about constraints for one player/performer. The player is seen by a camera and his image is fed…

Ponk

Ponk is a tennis game in which players use the movements of their hands over the screen to control the ball. An object detection program allows them to…

PuffPunk

The year is 2083. Earth has been overtaken by a contingent of small, furry, self-aware robots known as PUFFPUNKS. Originally developed by humans as children’s toys, the PUFFPUNKS…

Messing with Horses

Messing with Horses is a racing game played with Wiimotes and stick horses. The Wiimotes are inserted into the horses’ heads and connected to a Processing sketch making…

Game & Watch

This installation is probably the biggest Game & Watch in the World. Instead of pushing buttons, the player has to run on the marked spot to move his…

ANTI-BODY

ANTI-BODY is a cooperative game played by two players fully dressed with protective gears in front of a Kinect. The Kinect captures color and spatial information and generate…

Waterfall climber

Waterfall climber is an exertion game that combines elements of a platform game with traditional rock-climbing. Players have to climb an indoor climbing wall while simultaneously ducking out…

Bubble Popper

Bubble Popper is an exertion game that combines the magic of popping bubbles in a merged physical-virtual space: players pop virtual bubbles appearing in the physical environment. Players…

Jelly Stomp

Jelly Stomp is a beach game and must be played in the water. Each player gets a jellyfish (a PlayStation Move move wrapped with plastic and tied to…

Idiots attack the top noodle

One person plays as The Brain. The Brain’s objective is to survive by killing the Idiots with mind control (and an EEG headset) – the player must concentrate,…

Bunny Game

Bunny Game is a multiplayer game made with HappyFunTimes. The game is projected on the four walls of a big empty room, and players connect with their phones…

Body Hack

Body Hack is a full body interactive cinematic role hacking karaoke game. It allows players to hack iconic cinematic or televisual figures with their own body and their…

UFO on Tape

UFO on Tape, which consists in a simulation of the act of recording a UFO with a video camera, explores the nature of the contemporary digital image using…

Headbang Hero

Headbang Hero is a videogame for testing your headbanging prowess with heroic disregard for your own health. Wearing a special motion-sensing wig, you are awarded points for vigor…

Pnumpt Shmup

Pumpt Shmup is a shoot’em up played with bionic laser arms, in fact laser pointers taped into cardboard square cylinders. The goal is to protect a spatial convoy…

MadNES

MadNES is a modified Nintendo NES+screen hung to the ceiling. Here, the games aren’t played with a controller, but by manipulating the screen itself. The physical implication thus…

Rock’n’Dollz

Rock’nDollz is a rail-shooter game played with actual guitars. Riffs on the bass control the speed of the vehicle (a rocket powered flying vespa) and the sound of…

Ninja Shadow Warrior

Ninja Shadow Warrior is a stand alone photo booth arcade game using the Kinect camera, computer and a hacked closet light button built into a custom game cabinet….

Roflpillar

Roflpillar is an experimental game where two players lie on the ground and wiggle around to control two caterpillars on screen. Players would lie down, strap on the…

Quand les hamsters régnaient sur la terre

« Quand les hamsters régnaient sur la terre » (When hamsters ruled the earth) is a set of installations featuring Olympic events between real animals and humans, in a fictional…

Edgar Rice Soirée

Edgar Rice Soirée (formerly known as Awkward Tarzan Grinding Game and Edgar Rice Frotteur) is a 20-controller competitive PS Move game for 4 players. The players navigate a…

Johann Sebastian Joust

Johann Sebastian Joust is a no-graphics, digitally-enabled playground game designed for motion controllers. The goal is to be the last player remaining. When the music — J.S. Bach’s…