What is Reflections 2003?

It is the artwork that uses the Unreal Tournament 2003 engine to generate an environment which can be played online, offline, in a gallery space or anywhere else.

What is the difference between UT2003 and Reflections 2003?

Reflections 2003 are a few maps made for UT2003.

What is the deal with using the video game into the art world?

If we do not use it, then we will exclude a part of reality that overwhelms other aspects of a popular culture.

How do I...

To utilize Reflections 2003, you will have to have UT2003 installed on a fast computer, including the newest patch with all bonus packs. You will need to download files available on the download section. In order to play those maps, you have to place them in your Maps (UT2003) folder. The best way to experience this is when you are in 'behindview 1" mode. You can activate that mode by typing "behindview 1", in the console during the game.(~)

Help! My head hearts, I'm having serious problems!

You use this whole work at your own risk. The game is highly not recommended for being played for a long period of time, especially for emotionally weak persons, for pregnant women, kids, and epileptics.

What is wrong with this: I cannot see the opponents very well?

The artwork uses a bug in the game that occurs in the moment when two or more mirrors are faced in the game. Because the computer cannot perform an infinite number of reflections that happen in a life-like space, it captures only an image of the mirror which is shown from 15fps-50fps, depending on a processor speed. (See screenshots).

What do I need to play it?

Operating System: WIN 98/ME/2000/XP, Linux
CPU: Pentium IV or AMD Athlon 1.5MHz processor (*Pentium or AMD 2.0 GHz or greater RECOMMENDED)
Memory: 256 MB RAM (512 MB RAM or greater RECOMMENDED)
Hard Disk Space: 3 GB
Audio System: Windows compatible sound card
Video System: 3D Accelerator card with 16 MB VRAM
Multiplayer: Internet (TCP/IP) and LAN (TCP/IP) play supported.


In case you make something similar and interesting, send your maps, which can be exhibited or played on online servers.