DoxBox at Electric Dreams Festival!
Photo by Paul Clarke for the Open Data Institute. New photos of DoxBox trustbot performances in London, November 2019.
An interactive, locative app intended to provide an insight into living with dementia.
No, not that type of bears. Try Tumblr. There’s a smartphone game called Bears vs. Art, in which
“Greedy millionaires have opened abstract art galleries to display and admire their latest work. Now Rory the bear is ready to fight back against the pointless pieces invading his home! … While pompous guests admire perplexing paintings, you get to rip them to shreds.”
Despite the ambiguous syntax, they do mean the paintings and the guests.
I haven’t been able to play it, not that I particularly want to. It’s free (or rather “freemium” in the manner of Candy Crush Saga and the same developer’s Fruit Ninja, a subject I’ll return to) but even though it was marketed as a multiplatform, international game many months ago, so far it seems only to have emerged for Android in the UK and of course, obviously, Singapore. It doesn’t look like my mock…
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