Multimedia development, game programming, immersive environments, and Halloween.
Sweet! I told you we should start packaging a "build-kit" for this stuff!-daniel
This is great stuff. Very creative and fun. It's too late for me this year, but I'm planning now for next year and looking to your experiences as inspiration!
Heh. Maybe a build-kit would be a good idea. The problem is that I'd want to give 'em away for free to maximize the Halloween enjoyment for kids across the country. Not the greatest business model...Bil, thanks for your kind comments. I'd love to see what you do with the Crypt, the Magic Mirror, or whatever props you use from our site. Be sure to send photos - I love seeing what people have done to extend what we've put out there - the creativity of people amaze me with practically every new person I hear from.
CC,I know that you would like to "give them away for free" but I think to reduce the "noise" factor it would be possible to create the kits and charge a simple profit that could go into Research and Development (the noise factor is when your spouse makes comments about how much money you are spending on a project or when she says that you need to fix this or that). :0)-daniel
How do I send you an email? I have looked all over the site looking for an email link. I have a question on your Pirate Preview. Can you send me an email to SpookyDad@gmail.com?
Hey, CC. I know you are getting swamped with Magic Mirror pictures, but I have another for you. There is a movie here too. The buy who made it is Ron Thurmond. I have been researching for mine next year, and came across Ron's. Check it out here. And don't forget to see the movie.Thanks CC.http://www.blogcrypt.com/Deathtouch/830/Ron's Videohttps://home.comcast.net/~sloatbyte/Movie.wmv
OH, and Daniel is right. You might have to ask for money for the plans. You are getting to famous.
Daniel is always right!-daniel
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