Tinker Heavy Industries

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Cutting with Kinect

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Burning things with Kinect

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Kinect Poi

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Kinect + Unity + RopeScript = Mace

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Kicking and Carrying with Kinect

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Little Red and Skeleton Tracking with Unity and Kinect

Little Red with Kinect

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Alphabet Connect Lite

Alphabet Connect Lite is now available on the iPad for free on the App Store!

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First Steps

My Little Girl is taking her first steps. Look what she can do now:

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Hello world!

Hi Friends! Welcome to the Tinker Heavy Industries Blog! We are a company developing the highest quality interactive content for children.

I have had the opportunity to work with some fantastic artists this summer overseen by Ed Hsu who has been working as creative director. John Welch and Lee Crawford have been advising our company.

I have some new tricks up my sleeve: I’ve been learning how to develop apps with the Unity game engine for iPad and iPhone. Now I have some products out to teach little children how to spell and write! Here’s a video of Alphabet Connect :


Buy Alphabet Connect for iPad ($3.99, links to iTunes). We hope your child will enjoy learning how to write letters, numbers and entire words by playing connect-the-dots. Hint: try lifting your iPad over your head and see where the blocks go!

Our second app, “ABC Blocks” is for iPhone and iPad and teaches your child how to spell words by putting blocks in the correct order. Here’s a video:

Buy ABC Blocks for just 99 cents!

I’m putting effort in making “lite” versions of these apps that have downloadable content, and making new products all at the same time! The Lite versions will of course be used to convince you that our full version is worth paying for! For now, you can click on the “about” page and see a picture of me as a baby :)

I’ve also made some cool character demos. We’ll be releasing a interactive Little Red Riding Hood soon! To show off our character tech, I made a video of Tinker the Elephant, our Mascot:

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