Creating images on my computer used to be a hobby.
In 1998 Rainbirds came in 61st in a ray tracing contest!
The contest’s theme was “Great Engineering Achievements”. You were disqualified, if your image strayed off-theme.
I especially like short plays.
◊ Magicus Oculus ¹
◊ The Impostor ¹
◊ The Voyeur ¹
◊ The Gentleman ¹
◊ PJ For PreZZZ! ²
◊ Music ²
◊ The Unspeakable One ²
◊ Ants ²
² PJ For PreZZZ!, Music and The Unspeakable One are “chapters” in a “mostly” prose book of fiction, Berliner.
¹ Magicus Oculus, The Impostor, The Voyeur and The Gentleman R Magicus Oculus, short plays.
My fiction may be viewed online linked to images. I refer to Magicus Oculus as an oBook, denoting that the book is online.
Oh, I could omail it to someone, ... O – an omail.
An oDition is a kind of interactive edition. Behold (click): Blind.
Following links (by clicking) constitutes interacting — “operating on instructions entered by somebody at a keyboard or other input device” (Encarta® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1999, 2000 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Developed for Microsoft by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc.)
Magicus Oculus also exists as an e-book that you can buy from an online bookstore like Amazon.
About the plays
Magicus Oculus (the play) is about a throne. (See picture.)
Visitors, be advised — there is no sex in space (until someone puts it there), there is no cybersex in cyberspace (until someone puts it there).
The Impostor — An Army officer requisitions (steals) the throne.
The Voyeur — Edgar prepares a topical slide presentation (with images) assisted by Naira.
The Gentlemen — Ralph pleads guilty.
PJ For PreZZZ! — A card game.
Music — Moses is about to go home. Helen quizzes him about mythology.
The Unspeakable One — Moses arrives in the morning; discussion resumes.
Ants — The first play I ever wrote. Boys decide the fate of a caterpillar.
Berliner (html book) link
Magicus Oculus (html book) — plays: 2019 oBook oDition* link
Magicus Oculus (In-Line Guide page) — plays: 2019 oBook oDition** link
Verfremdungseffekt (variously translated as ‘distancing’, ‘alienation’ or ‘estrangement’ effect), defined by Brecht.
Alienation steps up a notch in Berliner. are linked. I did mean for that to happen.
Cybersex in cyberspace.