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U of M Toy Product Design (again)

As I did last year, this year I again helped critique student work for Barry Kudrowitz’s Toy Product Design course at the University of Minnesota. Lots of interesting ideas from enthusiastic minds.

08. April 2014 by Mithat Konar
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enchant.js | More examples

enchant.js | More examples picks up where enchant.js | Fundamentals leaves off (blog post). Enjoy.

02. April 2014 by Mithat Konar
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Basic Game Image Editing with GIMP

Scruffy tutorials and demo videos for students in my game programming course.

30. March 2014 by Mithat Konar
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enchant.js | Fundamentals

We’ve entered Phase Two of my game programming course, and to help support this phase, I’m putting together enchant.js | Fundamentals. While currently not as interactive nor as descriptive as what I developed for Phase One, I’m hoping these incremental examples will … Continue reading

16. February 2014 by Mithat Konar
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Just Enough JavaScript

I got a last-minute opportunity to teach an introduction to game programing course for people with no programming experience. I decided to base it around an open source HTML5 framework*. When I started looking around for a crash course with … Continue reading

25. January 2014 by Mithat Konar
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U of M Toy Product Design

I had fun a couple weeks back helping review student work for Barry Kudrowitz’s Toy Product Design course at the University of Minnesota. Looking forward to seeing which toys the teams pick to refine for their final projects.

20. April 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Arduino and Bio-inspired Design

A week ago Monday I did a guest lecture on Arduino for Marc Swackhamer and Neil Olszewski’s graduate architecture course on bio-inspired design. It was an awesome experience–lots of bright and enthusiastic minds. We followed the lecture up with a … Continue reading

21. November 2012 by Mithat Konar
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