Archive for the 'Flash' Category


Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

To force myself to finish my tentacle experiment I am going to post what I have achieved so far. I have to give credit where credit is due though. I didn’t really do much of the hard work Grant Skinner, Keith Peters and Jelger Muylaert are to thank for that. I still want to add […]

Flashduino at FITC Toronto 09

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

I have been working hard on creating some interesting stuff for the Flashduino talk I am giving at FITC this year. Below is the first video made using a prototype circuit and Flash code for time-lapse photography. By the time of the presentation this will be refined into an open source DIY Arduino shield. Who […]

Setting Up Popforge for Flex Newbies

Monday, October 6th, 2008

I have to admit that I have been shying away from Flex for a long time now. I think this has to do with a general hatred for making forms based applications. Now before people tell me Flex isn’t just about forms based applications, I know, I know. Flex is actually pretty cool but in […]

Multi-touch Crop

Friday, September 26th, 2008

I have recently changed the final student project in my OOP class to a multi-touch app. One of the briefs I gave to students was to do a non-destructive crop on the multi-touch. Two students, Jae-Ho Yoo and Morgan Roddick made a short video of it in action and I thought I would share. Check […]

KitchenSync, I Can Stop Using Tweener Now!

Friday, August 8th, 2008

I was alerted to KitchenSync, a AS3 tweening library by Mims Wright, on the Adobe blog feed a week or so ago. I was a bit skeptical at first of another tweening library for Flash but I have been searching for a true AS3 replacement to FUSE (I never started working with GOASAP but should […]