Always & Forever Computer Entertainment celebrates year 1. There’s a huge update to aaf.nyc with all new work.
My first virtual reality project, called Playthings, lets you play music with junk food.

Leaving Google

Inaugural members of Google Data Arts Team, 2010. Doug Fritz, yours truly, Jono Brandel.
Dennis is a code driven music video that explores what it means to let people “see” a song.

First Steps

Learning.

An early Cinema4D experiment
Infinite Will, a collaboration with popcorn_10, has been watched over 9 million times, lol
Just six white boys in Bushwick. The studio sends its love. Left to right: Neil Cline, Gabe Liberti, George Michael Brower, Dave Rife, Jon Baken, Beau Burrows, and Cortana too.

The Active Space

All of a sudden my tools resemble a game designer’s instead of a web developer’s. Cinema4D and Unity have supplanted Sublime Text and Illustrator.

Playthings & Virtual Reality

Playthings at TriBeCa Film Festival. George fawning over his own work. Photo: Neil Cline
Attempts at eating virtual food are surprisingly common. Photo: Neil Cline

Next season

TriBeCa Film Festival, hour 36. “Hi, have you tried VR before?” Photo: Neil Cline

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George is the creator of Playthings and founder of Always & Forever Computer Entertainment, a studio for VR and interactive media. http://aaf.nyc

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George is the creator of Playthings and founder of Always & Forever Computer Entertainment, a studio for VR and interactive media. http://aaf.nyc