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The Finale: The Future of Microtransactions. — Jack Ridoutt

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Throughout this semester for my BCM325 Digital Artefact, I have been focusing on a unique topic but one that a lot of people talk about including the government in the US. Lootboxes or microtransactions and its future in sports video gaming is a continuation from last semester in 2019 where I focused on microtransactions and […]

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The Finale: Live Tweeting Weeks 6-12 — Jack Ridoutt

The session is coming to a close and so has the live-tweeting sessions that I have undertaken when watching films for my Future Cultures class. This is an experience that I have thoroughly enjoyed and I believe that I have learned a lot about different perspectives of different futures and the film choices have been […]

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The Next 2: The Future of Micro-transactions in Sports Gaming. — Jack Ridoutt

Hey peeps, I addressed all things DA in my beta video down below. As I mentioned, I changed my DA focus from the future of CGI to the future of micro-transactions in sports gaming. The aim of my digital artefact is to identify what fan’s of popular sports games believe the future of micro-transactions is […]

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What do we have here? — Jack Ridoutt

G’day peeps, This blog post will be highlighting my comments on three different Digital Artefact pitches. Throughout this process, I have given feedback that will both help and motivate my fellow students to seek further resources and research further into their own Digital Artefacts. Let’s get into it! Alana’s idea was an interesting one and […]

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The Future of CGI

Jack Ridoutt

In my final year at the University of Wollongong, I am undertaking BCM325 as a part of my Digital and Social Media major. Future Cultures is an exciting subject for me as it will introduce me to different theories of the future of our world as well as giving me insight to what people see in the future, which is very interesting and intriguing. The topic I will be investigating for my Digital Artefact this semester will be a fan’s perspective of CGI (computer-generated imagery) and determining the differences between good and bad CGI.

In terms of my target audience, I will be aiming my digital artefact at those who are avid fans of Sci-Fi/Superhero movies like Star Wars and the MCU series. There are great examples in these movies of both good and bad CGI and giving the fans a chance to express their opinions could greatly help my…

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