[Openmcl-devel] AgentCubes: a 3D Game Design tool based on CCL
ralex at cs.colorado.edu
Thu May 3 03:56:01 UTC 2012
I got some comments people would like to watch the videos but can't in places such as China. Interesting, I did not know. Probably could mirror them on Vimeo (if that works in China).
Meanwhile, here is a link to a draft of a paper capturing some of the materials in the video:
On May 2, 2012, at 2:01 PM, Andrew Shalit wrote:
> Wow, Alex, this is fantastic. Congratulations.
> Now, how do I get a copy to try out with my son?
download here: http://www.agentsheets.com/agentcubes/download/
The Lite version is free. He can start creating 3D following these videos: http://www.agentsheets.com/agentcubes/videos/
If he likes it let me know. I'd be happy to sponsor a full version for you son.
> On May 2, 2012, at 3:20 PM, Alexander Repenning wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> AgentCubes is a 3D programming tool written entirely in CCL (Mac and Win). It is aimed at end users with no background in programming or 3D modeling. Still beta but you can see some movies or even download it and try to make a game. For instance, if you have some kids and actually tried to teach them Lisp, you may want to give AgentCubes a try. The Visual Programming Language gets turned into Lisp and compiled every time you touch the program. You can even turn your game into HTML5/WebGL.
>> If you find some Lisp bleed please let me know.
>> best, Alex
>> Prof. Alexander Repenning
>> University of Colorado
>> Computer Science Department
>> Boulder, CO 80309-430
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Prof. Alexander Repenning
University of Colorado
Computer Science Department
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