Best viewed in HD DeVry University student work Website: www.NancyGSP.weebly.com Billiards: Class assignment Demonstrates: -Collision detection – bounding spheres -Physics, forces applied including english, friction, velocity, speed, direction of travel -Having the game run for more than one turn was solved. TODO: -Solve inter-penetration issues (not as bad as in version 1, but still an issue.) – Have win/loss conditions and a new game option -Improve cue stick -Convert to 3D Background song: Paul van Dyk – For an Angel
This is another wonderful example of Professor Samuel’s live guest chat program. This video is with the talented Kieth Newton, a programmer from Epic Games. Epic Games is one of the worlds best game-houses. This is a 4-part series, enjoy.
Devry University helps promote its student’s self-published video game called CellZenith at E for All 2008. StuffWeLike.com interviews Michael Dehen and Erik Totten students/developers behind the game.
Prepare to enter this fast-growing career field as DeVry’s state-of-the-art labs will help prepare you for the real-world application of your game and simulation programming degree. Visit DeVry.edu for more information.