Author Archives: Georgie

About Georgie

At 24 years of age, I have finally accepted my inner nerd. It's time to finally tell the world! Electronics student with a love for all things geek and gaming. Grab a cup of tea and let's talk Star Wars.

You’re Still Here?!

I can’t believe it! It’s been 4 years since I started this (and almost 3 years since I wrote the last post) but, after logging in for the first time since then, I find a whole bunch of views, comments … Continue reading

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UK Robotics Week (ICYMI)

Whilst the UK’s political landscape may be in turmoil after the effects of Brexit (which I will avoid expressing my opinions on here – you’ve probably heard enough!) it’s of an even greater importance to celebrate our contributions to driving … Continue reading

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My 10 Favourites from E3 2016

Today marks the end of the biggest week in 2016 gaming announcements, E3. A lot of great upcoming games and features were shown but, in my opinion, the best and most exciting updates came from some of my 10 favourite surprises … Continue reading

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Game Dev for Dummies (Part Four)

Part Four: Laser Defender There’s been quite a wait between part 3 and part 4 of my Game Dev adventures. I’m learning C programming at university so have put learning C# with Unity to one side for a while. Sadly, … Continue reading

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Excuses, excuses!

Here’s a filler post just to let you know what I’ve been up to. I’ve had a lot of fun and met some really great people recently. Surrounding myself with gamers and geeks alike has brought back the vigour for … Continue reading

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The Art of Creative Coding: Can a Computer Become an Artist?

Art is an expression of a human being’s emotion and interpretation of the world around them, often intended to envoke an emotional response from the observer. So how then can a computer, a machine that thinks only in terms of … Continue reading

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Game Dev for Dummies (Part 3)

Game number 3 is complete! It’s a simple Brick Breaker style game (you know the kind – control a paddle to bounce the ball and destroy bricks) but I really feel like I’ve learnt a lot throughout this. I mean, … Continue reading

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