Arduino adventures

An Arduino is an electronic interface allowing you to send and receive electrical signals and interpret them as information. With this gadget you can make small automaton devices or use a computer to directly interpret signals and send back instructions. New media artists uses it to create performance tools. I used it when I was in university to create interactive installations. It’s been a while since then and I decided to come back to my old loves. Continue reading


Flow and Dificulty Adjustment in Video Games

I’ve finally committed to write my first essay in English! Since French is my mother tongue I hope readers will be tolerant about my total lack of syntax sense :).  Back in university I was interested about the theory of flow and recently I decided to see how it applied to video games. It appears  Jenova Chen’s FlOw game is an essai to apply this theory so I decided to use it as a base for my own essay:

Flow and Difficulty Dajustment in Video Games…