Over on my subdomain, minecraft.jimchristian.net, I’ve posted some new instructions for connecting Scratch up with Minecraft via Python and the RaspberryJuice plugin. For those of you who have recently bought the book and are looking to get started as soon as possible, the good news is that you are no […]
“Looking at the faces of these young men as they explain why Minecraft needs to be in the classroom says it all.”
Sadly not to scale, but still impressive.
“It’s the digital equivalent of building the British Museum in Lego. You have to build it brick by brick”.
Quib.ly has five things you may not have known about Minecraft, including Killer Bunnies: There is however, one deadly exception. Whenever a rabbit is spawned by the game there is a small chance that what will appear is not the twitchy-nosed ball of cuteness you might expect, but a terrifying […]
From The Guardian: The creator of Minecraft – Star Wars – A New Hope recently released a new trailer (above) for their film, which is also due to be finished in 2015. The project has involved painstakingly recreating sets from the first Star Wars film (retitled as Episode IV following the prequels […]
Tutorial: Using a Microsoft Kinect as a makeshift 3D camera to scan everyday objects as 3D models into Minecraft.
Above is an example of what happens when you do the following: Import 3D model of a head into MCEdit made of stone Bulk change the stone into TNT Load the level up and ignite the TNT head. At some point, the game crashed out and refused to load the […]
Gearing up for another term of Minecraft as an After School Activity, I’ve got a few ideas and intentions.