Less ideas, more detail:twisted:
Ok. Some more detail. But remember I'm trusting you not to steal my ideas. The game comes with various (patented) add ons such as a line of costumes to ensure that you feel "right at home" with whatever style or level you choose to play at. Taking the "Rollins" range, for example, there will be a series of hats which can indicate anything from "young bebop lion" (beret) to mid 70s rhapsodist and funkmeister (floppy sun hat) to present day all-round giant (a very sharp goatee). Since I am by no means a computer whizz myself it's the interface between player and machine I'm struggling with most. Perhaps someone could help me out with some insights from the world of "hi-tech"? How practical is my idea, please?:twisted:hakukani said:Less ideas, more detail:twisted:
Thanks for your kind thoughts, milandro. And really - DON'T WORRY!! I've done this kind of thing before. Many times. And this stuff about "Guitar Hero" and "kids" not knowing who Sonny is.... Ha! I'm an inventor, boys, not a "marketing strategist". My product is not aimed at "kids". It is aimed at middle-aged men with too much time on their hands. I'm afraid my budget doesn't run to video technology either. But I may manage a couple of sketches in biro.milandro said:make sure to have an ambulance at hand :twisted: ( you never know the saints who protect the people like you might be busy saving someone else's life at the time ) and that someone is going to video the whole thing, perhaps your are going to be famous and if you are still alive after plugging " yourself" in the mains, the world will know of another famous saxophonist or another infamous fool :shock: :!:
It will be, Mike, it will be. Thnks for your support.Face Ache Mike said:I shall be looking northwards at 10am tomorrow and if the Golden Mile goes dim I`ll know it was a success :twisted: :lol:
Is this what your using to plug yourself into the mains?RootyTootoot said:On this one i've had some very helpful discussions with the "Sony expert" at my local Dixons. He seems unwilling to commit himself. Nevertheless, I am going ahead with a "full-blown" test of my prototype design at 10am (UK time) tomorrow. I bought the necessary cables the afternoon and I have devised an "ingenious device" to plug myself into the mains supply. Wish me luck, sax-lovers!
hakukani said:Is this what your using to plug yourself into the mains?I can't see the image but i've seen a desciption. No that's not quite it. And stop trying to get me to reveal my trade secrets, hakukani - it's completely unethical of you and probably AGAINST FORUM RULES. I'm off now to work on some other inventions. Another poster seems to be promising capital investment and by the look of his avatar he may be loaded. The dog alone must be worth 20 quid.
I have the same look on my face as the guy in your avatar.RootyTootoot said:I would appreciate some feedback on my idea from the saxophone community.
Rubbish. 150 people have viewed this thread and i reckon they're probably all fairly solvent - they own computers don't they? Don't be such a pessimist, Funky. Some of the Selmer Mark VI society must have a bob or two? You don't even know the price of the units. I was thinking somewhere in the region of £2000 a pop. All I need to do is brush up on my sales patter a little. And remember all the opportunities for additional merchandise: musical cds, leg warmers, hats.. I could go on. Just as long as tomorrow's test is ok. Fingers crossed!playitfunky said:not enough people are into the saxophone for a game just for it.
RootyTootoot Nevertheless said:ù
only two hours to this shocking event :twisted: