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Keeping it real Making videogames by hand - the Making of Luminocity

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 24 Nov 2016

October 27th, 11.30AM - Viewconference 2016, Turin (Italy). Luminocity is an adventure game for mobile systems, initially designed for iPad and released in 2012 (you can get more information here: www.stateofplaygames.com): its main peculiarity is how the game world has been created, made 99% in reality (not using computer graphics).

The emotions of Game Development

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 24 Nov 2016

October 27th, 12:30PM - Viewconference 2016, Turin (Italy). Daryl Anselmo, Art and Creative Director at Zynga, talks his life and problems he had during last 15 years because he was always in a negative emotional state, in a “lethargic” state: these emotions let him to close into himself. This led him to vent his stress in the food, until to weigh 340 pounds (150 kg) in 2004 and also in 2013; but now - after risking to death and struggle to face his fears - he feels much better and his weight is only 190 pounds (86 Kg).

Events and courses about web marketing, web development, UX design, 3D and animation, in Italy in 2016

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 10 Sep 2016 , Updated: 9 Oct 2016

Months ago I was looking for some event, course or conference to attend, so starting some queries on the Internet I realized that there are no websites that collect events for graphics and web professionals. There are some webistes or blogs that collect events in Europe or in general in the World, which also include some (very few) events in Italy.

Now I’m a web marketing specialist certified by Madri

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 9 Jun 2014

Last July 1sy, 2013 I obtained a certification as Web Marketing Specialist issued by Madri, the only national organization to provide web marketing certifications in Italy and that trains professionals in the following areas:

Download these new Paris and Berlin vector city maps

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 22 Apr 2014

After many requests from users, recently I updated my web store with two new vector maps: Berlin and Paris, completely retraced and available in my store for download after parchasing (you will receive a link or the map file via email some hours after the payment).
As usual, the price for these two maps is very cheap.

Viewconference 2013, program of talks

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 2 Oct 2013

As every year, Turin (Italy) is preparing to host Viewconference, the most important event in Italy on computer graphics and special effects, probably one of the largest in Europe, due for the number of professionals and experts in those fields who participate every year.

Looking for an high resolution map of Venice? Try this vector map!

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 6 Aug 2013

As you probably know, in these last years I used some of my time to drawing city vector maps, at hte beginning because I like traveling (some years ago I developed come city travel guides for Symbian smartphones and I made maps of these cities to avoid any copyright problems that I would had using Google Maps APIs).

Now you can post your comments on this website

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 1 May 2013

You can now add your comment to many pages of the website. Yes I know this feature is widespread in many websites and blogs, but only today I finally implemented on my (this) website, because - as some of you know - it's not made ​​with an open source CMS such as Wordpress or Joomla! but it has been developed entirely by myself.

Flash Game: Breakoid

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 12 Sep 2008

Breakoid is a Flash game developed with Adobe Flash CS3 and coded in Action Script 2.

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Anime Robots in 3d

By Gianluca Panebianco, Published: 24 Jun 2008

In this page I have collected the galleries with the renderings of 3d models Anime Robots I made in the past years.
Many of them are my first experiments with 3D modeling, some were created between 1996 and 1998, the last about in 2004.

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