Society and Analysis
Prof. Phani Tetali
This project will be exhibited at Design Degree Show 2015, 13th to 17th June.
Comparative study of features for open source game engines
This project involved collecting of data for open source game engines and making a comparative analysis of features across game engines and platforms – for mobile devices. There was also a need to study and understand various game engines with regard to the type of license, subscription fees, two or three dimensional, portability, cross-platform compatibility, learnability curve and many other features that classifies an open source engines from a licensed game engine for a game developer who is looking forward to make a fully functional and featured game. The output of this activity will be a helping aid for a game developer for a quick comparison of game engines that exists currently in the internet domain under the label of open source.
SculpChair – Transformable furniture for Parsi Baugs
Kaustubh Limaye, Riken Patel and Abhishek Chakraborty