The fan propelled, vinyl enclosed female party sex doll acts as the projection surface for time based imagery, the source of which is the second part of the installation, a kinetic sculpture consisting of an LCD video projector, a Macintosh CPU, a laser bar code scanner and a rotating "grinder" mechanism based on the "Chocolate Grinder" from Marcel Duchamp's "Large Glass".The imagery for projection, quick segments of a nude male figure conducting self erotic actions, are randomly controlled by the laser bar code scanner attached to a mechanical arm which extends and retracts, occasionally scanning pre-programmed bar codes which cover the constantly rotating grinders.More importantly, he analyzed the interactions between these types of players in online environments.Bartle has been used and misused for a lot of stuff, and I am in particularly skeptical about using this theory prescriptively, which easily could lead to a self-reinforcing loop of only designing games that cater to specific experiences that players already expect.
One of the pinnacles of good game design is a game that can be played in many ways where the players co-design and shape their own experiences.
All who have played Chat Roulette know this player.
According to surveys, 13% of all chats feature male genitals, but my guess is that this number fluctuates heavily, especially because these harassers are a part of an ecosystem.
, 1996-97 installation, kinetic, computer controlled sculpture, projected video Installation which explores machine automated erotic interaction.
The intent of this piece is to create a machine masturbatory interactive experience in part inspired Marcel Duchamp's, "The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even".