Local Digital Artist & Game Developer, Spencer Lindsay, of Lindsay Digital – 3D, came onto Gamers on Game on January 9, 2012 to talk about the gaming industry.

We had a great talk starting with Spencer’s new discovery, the search engine, Duck Duck Go that breaks through the filter bubble, created by Google and others that are saving your preferences and giving you the search results it thinks you want. Duck Duck Go uses information from crowd-sourced sites and an emphasis of privacy and not recording user information. It took under a minute to add it to chrome and have it up and running.

We talked about Spencer’s experience working for large game companies such as Atari, Midway, Angel Studios, and Rockstar. We also talked about his current his interactive educational projects with the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Spencer has a video on his Vimeo Channel showing the plankton from all angles. On his channel, you can his great demo reel.

Spencer will be on again next week to talk about future technologies. This show will be different. We’re inviting people to call in and ask questions.

To hear our broadcast in its entirety, please click the gray ‘play’ button below: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/gog1912.mp3″ title=”Spencer Lindsay” graphical=”true”]

Here’s a little video we took right after the show:


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