Tamuyal, which is Mayan for "in the cloud", is a location-based mobile game for STEM outreach that students can use when visiting the UCSB campus. There are various stations marked on the campus map provided in the game that players must visit in order to unlock information about local animals, details about the campus, major descriptions, and possible career paths. The game also makes recommendations to visit stations based off of player's responses to an interest survey at the beginning.
Tamuyal is all written in C# and consists of three Github repositories which are linked on the frontend repository below. The frontend was created using Unity and incorporates the GoMap asset from the Unity Asset Store. The backend uses Microsoft Azure and accesses the database with TransactSQL. Finally, the last repository calculates a matrix used to make recommendations to students offline. The result is then used in the backend code to make recommendations.
Visit Tamuyal's Github here
Download the Android APK here.
A remake of the arcade classic known as PacMan. The name Gaucho Man was inspired by the original game and our school's mascot, the Gaucho. This project was written in C++ and used WxWidgets.
Video of Gaucho Man
AR Mini Games
A collection of four mini-games that were demoed at the Media Arts and Technology Department's End of the Year Show. They were created using Unity and Vuforia for Android and iOS.
Visit AR Mini Games Github here.