This is K.Song Tan's game development blog. Once a fanatic gamer, capable of juggling several game simultaneously, including the notorious World of Warcraft, while doing a PhD. Now finally out of uni and out of job, he is having a crack at the final frontier of gaming, developing.
Welcome to Song-GameDev, You'll find Song's work trying to beat what he call the ultimate end game.
Finally I've been able to bring this to light. It was a contracted confidential project I worked on and I've only got permission to showcase it lately. It's not something ground breaking but at least it's a stand alone mini-game with purpose. It's made for a research project therefore some of the details might not work exactly like a normal game.
The notable feature of the game is it uses uniTUIO library to enable input custom made tuio interface. It is compatible with mouse and keyboard input as well as multi-touch input to manipulate the object in 3D space, which includes select, rotate, translate and zoom. It also feature dual language, English and Japanese (the research project is run by a Japanese University).