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Graphic Designers: Seeking Fresh PS4 News User Rank Forum Badges!

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27w ago - As we continue to update things for the PlayStation 4 style in our Forums, we are now seeking some PS4-themed User Rank Badge graphics to be designed!

If any graphic designers out there are interested, simply reply to this thread and attach your badge submissions following the criteria below.

PS4 News User Rank Badge Criteria:

  • The badges should match the overall look of our Forums with a Sony PS4 theme.
  • The badges should be transparent to work with any color background (preferably in .png format but .gif is acceptable)
  • The badges should be no larger than approximately 125x25 pixels in width and height but can be a bit smaller.
  • Seeking (10) badges in total with the following labels on them: Registered, Contributor, Jr Member, Member, Sr Member, VIP Member, Moderator, Banned, Coder, and Developer.

Anyone who submits a set of badges we end up...
 

Sony Q&A: PS Vita Designers Talk Slimmer, Lighter PlayStation Vita

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33w ago - Sony Social Media Senior Manager Sid Shuman posted up a Q&A today from PS Vita designers talking about the new slimmer, lighter PlayStation Vita portable gaming console.

Below are the details, to quote: This week saw the long-awaited release of the new PS Vita, which features a slimmer, lighter design, enhanced battery life, and 1GB of onboard storage, in addition to a host of subtle refinements.

We caught up with two key individuals responsible for the new PS Vita design - Taichi Nokuo, UX Platform Design Group for the SCE Corporate Design Center, and Mika Nagae, Strategy and Product Planning Dept - to learn more about how this elegant overhaul came to be.

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PlayStation.Blog: Have you been involved with designing other PlayStation hardware? If so, what?

Taichi Nokuo, UX Platform Design Group for the SCE Corporate Design Center: Yes, I have been involved with the Pulse wireless stereo headset, PlayStation...
 

LittleBigPlanet GOTY Out Today, Meet the Special Guest Designers

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277w ago - SCEA PR Manager Eric Levine has announced that LittleBigPlanet GOTY (Game Of The Year) Edition arrives today, and has revealed some details of the special guest designers as follows:

For those who haven't jumped on the "Play, Create and Share" bandwagon yet, now is the time as the LittleBigPlanet Game of Year edition Game of Year edition is available NOW!

The new package includes everything from the original as well as seven free downloadable content packs, a PlayStation Network voucher code to download the upcoming ModNation Racers online beta AND 18 never-before-seen levels created by some extremely talented members of the community - all bonus content valued at more than $30!

So, how did these 18 consumers get to be part of a video game? Well, it wasn't random. Our team at Media Molecule handpicked them all after viewing the exceptional levels each fan had previously posted online.

Once identified, we contracted each person, with payment, of course, to create a new level that would be incorporated into the Game of the Year. So, all 18 people are now amateur video game developers for the PlayStation family.

One of these creators, David Dino, a 27 year-old Hospital Safety Coordinator from Azusa, CA, recently spoke with USAToday.com about his...
 

Future of Gaming: Designers developing Virtual-Reality 'Cocoon'

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328w ago - CNN has profiled a rather interesting concept, an immersive cocoon which serves as a walk-in virtual reality pod and when complete it will be a human sized dome. Once you step inside, you will become enveloped by a 360-degree display screen complete with full surround sound.

Better yet, there will be no controllers and it will have motion tracking sensors and it's envisioned to be used in computer games, online shopping, and many more entertainment functions.

To quote: When complete, the Immersive Cocoon will be a sleek and shiny human-sized dome. Step inside and you'll be enveloped by a 360 display screen and full surround sound.

When the software boots up, instead of using a joystick or mouse to navigate the screens, motion-tracking cameras will follow the movement of your arms, legs and face, and a motion-sensitive platform will detect if you're walking or jumping.

"You've got display, sound and interaction all combined to create this fully immersed digital experience," explains Tino Schaedler, the architect-turned-film designer who is one third of NAU.
 
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