Gameplay ElementsWhat kind of game is it and what does the gameplay actually involve?
Games for HealthT'ai Chi in a computer game?
Free-to-Play Game DemoRelease Date coming soon for the game demo!
Tai Chi Form by the PoolRelease Date coming soon for the game demo!
Crane FlightRelease Date coming soon for the game demo!

Project Co-ordinators Blog

Suit and markers

Motion capture

We are now standing at a great moment of transition in our project, it's a moment of pause before we take the plunge. Although what we have produced so far … [Read More...]

Developer’s Blog


Patcher, video uploads

The first version of the patcher is now complete.  This means the initial game download is much smaller and when the game launches the patcher will check you … [Read More...]

Artists’ Corner



Just been experimenting with some ideas for the kickstarter posters, let me know what you think.   … [Read More...]

The Artists' archive

Music of the Elements


Music for health

Following on from my "East Meets West" post about music and the Five Elements, I came across another interesting article by Mu Jie, that has got me thinking … [Read More...]

Tai Chi Masters Blog


The Five Elements

I've always wondered about the Five Elements T'ai Chi sequence, and with there being five movements if each of the moves represents a specific element, or if … [Read More...]


Optimization – Moving towards open beta

Here's a look at some of the interesting new features we have been adding to the project recently: These realistic looking terrains have features like … [Read More...]


Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the shell has to be one of my favourite influences because it is simply so stylish. I'm mostly referring here to the spin off series for example stand … [Read More...]


Chinese Instruments

There are many different aspects to writing music for Tai Chi Elements. Part of it is creating music suited to different kinds of activity and location in the … [Read More...]


Re-evaluating kinect

As soon as the Kinect was announced we realised it could be a good way of enhancing our on-line training environment. These are the potential applications of … [Read More...]


How deep does the rabbit hole go…

I started T'ai Chi when I was nineteen at university. When I started uni I was drawn towards the martial arts at freshers fayre, but at that time I didn't know … [Read More...]