Developer Creates A Video Game That Lets Players Explore His Memories [Video]


A new gaming experience is filled with personal data and images.

Yi Chen
  • 21 september 2012

Alan Kwan is a recent graduate of the City University School of Creative Media in Hong Kong, and has come up with a creative and interactive way for others to get a glimpse of what’s going on in his mind. Kwan has created a video game called “Bad Trip” that is based on his memories, thoughts, and feelings. The virtual world is rather cold and haunting in aesthetics, and allows players to explore it using a standard console controller.

The graphics in the video game were all captured by Kwan through a small HD video camera that he mounted to his glasses. Over 820 DB of data was collected since November 2011. Every night, Kwan expanded the world in Bad Trip by incorporating new memories and images.

Watch the video below for a demo:

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