Rapid Ideation 2 – First steps

I started with planning and limiting my time to spend on these ideas.  At the beginning of this activity, I had 168 pomodoros. It provided me a perspective if I’m spending too much or too little time on any action or how much time I’ll have to spend without sleeping. (I am not planning, don’t…More

Rapid Ideation 2 – Setting up

I’m still working on an article about my experience with the first ideation session. However, it’s already clear the main topics that I should improve on in this new session.  I suffered time managing myself and struggled with my organization. Other points I failed to achieve. Although independently of the first results, I learned a…More

Challenge 3 – Prototyping Factorio and scratching the wall

Context This challenge is about reverse engineer a game using third-week prototype tools. I choose a game named Factorio for two reasons: it’s highly addictive and utterly complex. It is a survival sandbox game based highly influenced by Minecraft. Published by “Wube Software” and created by a team of 10 programmers and artists. Factorio won…More

Project presentation – Skyboat

This is the presentation of my project. It’s a warm up I’ll add more content on the next few day but I think that is fundamental show how far I could go until now. My main goal here was to make usage of HDPR (and this link), Shaders and implement a flying mode. Ultimately I…More

Week 6 – Readings and dealing with my limitations

A retrospective about myself, what went “good,” “not good,” and what to improve: usually, on my teams, we started with those questions. Sometimes we review all tasks, trying to figure out any conclusion of how the thing went. If everything was fine, we asked why and mostly what could be improved. The bad things are…More

Week 5 – Reflection

This week, I spent most of my time learning how to deal with Shaders and figuring out how to import correctly 3D assets on Unity for my prototype. I also reviewed the Scrum framework and had my first off business attempt to use SMART goals, and the most important: I got utterly astonished by the…More