[sugar] Fwd: Art In All of Us game, identifying childrens' country of origin
Thu Jul 31 14:06:52 EDT 2008
Anthony Asael, of the awesome artinallofus project, has a
nationality-guessing game with photos of children that could be generalized
so that people can submit their own photosets...
you can see the current flash app here:
If anyone is interested in helping out with a sugarizatoin, or just a
generalization that lets children choose their own photosets, you can get in
touch with simon suh : simon at artinallofus.org
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Anthony Asael <anthonyasael at artinallofus.org>
Date: Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 11:28 PM
Subject: RE: Art In All of Us -- OLPC
To: simon at artinallofus.org, Samuel Klein <sj at laptop.org>
Cc: Seth Woodworth <seth at isforinsects.com>
I am definitely open to more images. We have a 160,000+ number of images
from 175+ countries. We have infinite options to have the kids entertain AND
I think it is also a pretty simple game to develop for a developer. Does the
OLPC have somebody in their team to help in that ?
De: simon at artinallofus.org [mailto:simon at artinallofus.org]
Enviado el: 29 July 2008 18:56
Para: Samuel Klein
CC: anthonyasael at artinallofus.org; Seth Woodworth
Asunto: Re: Art In All of Us -- OLPC
Anthony is probably open to it, but in the end the installed games have a
static image set. To start it might be better to use a generic imageset
that works in most situations, just to keep it simple. Otherwise, different
imageset or versions of the games would increase complexity. How about we
start with a simple implementation and then move towards more options
later...if there is popularity. What do you think?
On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 15:51:11 -0400, "Samuel Klein" <sj at laptop.org> wrote:
> The country qiuz is great . Are there other imagesets? Can people
> their own imagesets from their photos or from your archive?
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 1:53 AM, <simon at artinallofus.org> wrote:
>> Hi Samuel,
>> There are a lot of technical developments in discussion stages right
>> However what you ask about requires a platform that we don't have: it
>> entails upload capabilities that we can't support from a hardware or
>> personnel standpoint. Then again, if its something as simple as a
>> of the existing photo game, then there are some more immediate
>> Regarding the developer, he's still around but on a holiday vacation. In
>> the meantime, please respond with some feedback on the games. If it's
>> compatible with 'Sugar' are we ready to distribute?
>> Thanks for all of your assistance.
>> On Fri, 25 Jul 2008 12:19:47 -0400, "Samuel Klein" <sj at laptop.org>
>> > Also, regarding online / offline versions of the art in all of us
>> > you have games in the works for helping children capture images and
>> > writing
>> > in a way that you would be interested in posting/hosting online?
>> > SJ
>> > On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 12:16 PM, Samuel Klein <sj at laptop.org> wrote:
>> >> Hello Simon (and Anthony)!
>> >> Here's a page describing how to emulate the Sugar environment on your
>> >> windows (or other) machine:
>> >> wiki.laptop.org/go/Emulation
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Sugar-devel