Dirk and David are joined by designer and board game community member Chris Zinsli. Chris and his wife Suzanne are the founders of Boardgame Edison, a resource for designers of board games. Their blog and other media have helped countless designers get their ideas into production. They also co-design and publish a slew of their own games that touch on a wide variety of topics.
Dirk Knemeyer – @DKnemeyer, www.CQGames.com, Dirk@Knemeyer.com
David Heron – @DavidVHeron
Chris Zinsli- @cardboardedison, www.cardboardedison.com
- 0:00:18 – Cardboard Edison
- 0:06:23 – The Process
- 0:09:58 – Cardboard Edison award-winner “Blood of an Englishman”
- 0:19:17 – Building the business and publishing
- 0:25:57 – Tessen
- 0:33:30 – Dubai
- 0:40:11 – Saltana
- 0:42:13 – Working with other publishers
- 0:45:43 – Co-designing with your spouse
- 0:49:27 – Pitching to publishers
Can an AI create art? This week on The Digital Life we chat about the brand new “Rembrandt”, which was 3D-printed by an artificial intelligence algorithm, trained by analyzing the artist’s catalog of 346 paintings. The Next Rembrandt project, recently unveiled in Amsterdam, is, of course, not exactly the work of the Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn, but rather a portrait that replicates both the subject matter and the style of the artist with eerie accuracy. If art is an expression of humanity, a reaction to the world and the events around us, what does this latest AI advancement mean? We discuss all this and more.
The Next Rembrandt
A New Rembrandt: Can a machine capture an artist’s essential style?
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