That’s what we want to achieve in our project. We want to record original Audio and ambience of places also using still images produced by our group. We will be working on Dundalk street and chosen location to be able to work on as much details as we can with the time limited by project deadline.
We thought we might use Smartfox server and we did some research about it.
But we decided we wont use it as we’re thinking about modifying existing idea.
As I cannot pin anything on the group project using my pinterest account I will share my pins directly here.
SmartFoxServer Basic is the ideal solution for quickly creating simple to advanced multiplayer applications that don’t require server-side programming.
Unity is a game development ecosystem: a powerful rendering engine fully integrated with a complete set of intuitive tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D and 2D content; easy multiplatform publishing; thousands of quality, ready-made assets in the Asset Store and a knowledge-sharing community.
DIY Map is a clickable, zooming map written in Flash and coloured by data from an external text file.
Visualize your information. Plot data on a state map. Create a geographic interface.
Flashmaps DB Mapper
Color code areas or plot your database listings on a fully customizable and interactive map of the world, continents, countries, states, provinces, counties, townships, congressional districts, zip codes, area codes or any other regions you need to map (even custom ones).
After today’s lecture with Glenn, Fiachra and Emma we thought that we leave the unity console idea for now and research once again the Interactive maps, similar projects and then decide which way to achieve the best result and what software to use.
We’ve discussed the idea of using the Google map for our group project with our lecturer Matt Green as he like the idea of producing audio and ambience for our project. We might change the idea of using Google map for for animation and still images as it may be too complicated to achieve what we’ve planned. We will need to discuss it on our next meeting.