2D maze based game Pacman-style for Android phones The hero can fire bullets at the baddies If hit, they split into weaker baddies After being hit a few times, baddies die If baddies run into you, then you die New levels built on a PC Levels can be loaded into the game
Tom on a project involved with automated 3D modelling of the calving edge of glaciers
Ubiquitous Computing: G404, G405 Concerns technologies for mobile and very lightweight computing systems. Mobile phones and PDAs form the backbone of this revolution. Computer Graphics, Vision and Games: G450, G451 Specific applications include games development, (medical) image understanding, movie special effects and industrial quality control. Open Source Computing: G402, G403 Covers programming, operating systems, software design, and the engineering of large software systems, from an open source perspective. Covers: Core modules plus: appropriate other modules such as: ubiquitous computing, interactive computer graphics, visualisation, C++ Types of final year projects : Graphics and games for mobile devices Types of job: Any technical job in the software industry and specialised positions
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