Based in Dundee, Scotland
Bib goes home is a proof of concept game for a projection mapped based series of books.
Alastair Low from Lowtek games is a huge popup book fan. During a game jam at the V and A in Dundee in 2019 teamed up with a group of students and pitched the idea of a projection mapped popup book inspired by Scotlands largest popup book which is on display at the Museum. The jam lasted 3 days and they had a working prototype at the end. It went semi viral on Twitter and was invited to be shown at some film festivals but then covid hit and it got shelved. In 2023 Alastair Picked up the project again. Remade the book, with upgraded art and easy setup in mind using an affordable android based projector with some electronics in the book to detect page turns. Future: We are currently looking into scaling this up to be more of a platform with a set of guidelines and sdk for creating games and books. Many well known paper engineers have shown interest in working on this project.
- Multi user augmented reality experience
- Multiple suported books
- Family fun
Prototype 1 playthrough YouTube
Prototype 2 playthrough YouTube
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Awards & Recognition
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- "This Playable Pop-up Book Is The Coolest Thing I’ve Ever Seen. "
- kotaku Ky Stewart, KotakuAU
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About Lowtek Games
Currently a two man studio that outsources stuff when needed. The studio is focused on making fun, challenging, puzzling games that are dyslexia friendly.
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Bib Goes Home Credits
Art, Design, popup
Particle Artist, Audio, design