We are now on the second official day that the Windows 8 Project Spark
beta has been live, and with that comes, you guessed it, another dev stream. In fact, Community Manager Mike Lescault made mention early on in the video that they plan to stream every day for the next one or two weeks as the beta starts to roll out to more and more people. If Team Dakota sticks to this plan, you can expect plenty of new videos to help wrap your brain around what is going on in Project Spark
Speaking of brains, the primary focus of today's video is centered on the underlying brains of the interactive characters which make them tick. As explained in the video, the characters and different objects come with default-assigned brains, or functions, which can then be edited more complexly as the user begins to experiment with different things. To make things easier, these brain functions are arranged in categories and folders to keep it a little more organized.
If you would like to sign up for the beta, you can do so here
. Project Spark
has no confirmed release date yet, but will be available on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows 8.