February 01, 2007
Does anyone read this Blog anymore?
I thought this would be a good place to announce a new game AI research project that I am launching in approx two weeks. I welcome the public to participate in this project. More accurately, I need the public to participate in this project. My research requires collecting data from over 1,000 people playing a short computer game (takes ~10 minutes). This project explores an alternative approach to authoring AI behaviors, and blurs the boundary between game players and game designers.
I will post again soon with more information when the game is ready for download, for WindowsXP and possibly Mac OSX too.
Posted by jorkin at February 1, 2007 08:16 PM
I do, and that sounds interesting.
I do too, and that sounds interesting.
Yes.. people still read this blog.. don't you worry about it ;)
Waiting for your release of the game project
I regularly check this blog, if you can get an OS X version of the game i'll certainly play it for you!
If it's interesting count me in... ;)
In bloglines.com you have 66 subscribers so at least some people know when you update.
Yep, I still read it. Looking forward to hearing about your project! Count me in for sure.
Nice to see people are still around.
Yep, I've been waiting hopefully for a new post :).
That project sounds interesting - count me in.
gotcha in my RSS feeds, so yes, I too read you :)
Sounds interesting the mini-game-experiment
I do also read it, and I'd also like to have a look at that project!
Seems like lot of people still read this blog and you'll have all our support !
Will you post more information on the approach/idea and the data collected (or is it some confidential research project)?
Anyway, I look forward to it !
Fantastic! 14 willing volunteers is a good start. Thanks for responding everyone!
The project should be online next week...
Just tying up a few loose ends.
Gabriel, sorry I forgot to respond to your question. Yes I will post more about the project. When the project is complete, I will share the data collected (with names removed), and any papers we write about the algorithms we develop. It's not confidential -- it's academia after all -- but I don't want to influence the data collected.