Tag Archives: ds106tv

Mega Shark meets the USS Indianapolis

Tommaso and I are going live in 5 with his first video game dev log for his nascent shark video game developed in Unity https://t.co/GzpExUBnn6 #ds106tv pic.twitter.com/q8w5cLMAjG — Jim Groom (@jimgroom) July 10, 2020 Just like Captain Caveman and Jabberjaw, … Continue reading

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TommasoTV: Unity or Unreal?

My youngest has fallen down the rabbit hole of video game development. And if you know anything about Tommy, you’ll know he’s locked-in. He has spent quite a bit of time watching Brackey’s tutorials on Youtube which teach game development, … Continue reading

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Bryan Ollendyke talks ELMS, Web Components, HAX, and more

Last Friday I invited Bryan Ollendyke on ds106.tv to discuss some of his work.* I actually had an agenda for this conversation, and that might be why it came in at over 2 hours long. I wanted to try and … Continue reading

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VinylCam

Ok, I am about to try cross-casting a #vinylcast of Galaxie 500's Fire on #ds106radio to #ds106tv with a special #vinylcam I made this morning. You should check out both here https://t.co/DQNyRE6sLp and here https://t.co/GzpExUBnn6 #FridayFun pic.twitter.com/TKXudTbGuN — Jim Groom … Continue reading

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Yars Revenge on ds106tv

Another Atari 2600 test run on ds106.tv, this time highlighting some Yars Revenge gameplay, which I learned was a creative re-working of the 1980 vector arcade game classic Star Castle. I didn’t remember how to play the game, so there … Continue reading

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Atari 2600 on ds106tv: Video Pinball, Space Invaders, and Jungle Hunt

I’ve been playing around on ds106.tv for a couple of weeks now, and I wanted to be sure to archive some of those shenanigans on the bava. My earlier attempt to figure out Streamlabs OBS (before switching to OBS) featured … Continue reading

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OpenEmu, RetroPie, c128d, and more cables than you can shake a stick at

Update: Thanks to Tim’s comment I was able to find a solution that will actually work and is significantly cheaper for capturing the Retropie output on the Mac for streaming. I am quickly realizing why ds106radio and ds106tv is good … Continue reading

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ds106tv: the Vertical and the Horizontal

As you might have guessed from the bava recently, there’s something in the air besides COVID-19, namely the #ds106 reunion tour 10 years on! I’m not entirely sure how or why, but I am glad it’s happening, and I am … Continue reading

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USS Missouri as experienced on #ds106radio

The #ds106radio has been on fire recently, and I am not going to lie: it gives me a lot of joy and hope in a strange moment. A lot of first timers are jumping on (tune in tonight (day? morning?) … Continue reading

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ds106tv: Where are they now? The International Adventures of Sarah Kountz

This video gave me an idea for a larger series. Here’s the elevator pitch: A ds106tv show in which we reach out to for-credit students who took ds106 at UMW (or any other college for credit) and find out what … Continue reading

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