Today I did some experimentations with Processing and its so much fun.
Here are some quick links to a few sample codes in action.
The best thing is, all three examples below are variations of the same code. I just changed a vew variables and I was amazed by the results I got.
Hope to post some more samples soon.
Since couple of days I have started to look into FlashLite 1.1 (mainly because I want to participate in the contest).
I am finding it very interesting. Especially the challenge of designing within the limited space.
The problem with me is that I dont have any Mobile device which can run flash content. This could be the case with many developers (or maybe I am assuming). So I decided to start with an emulator for i-Mode phones.
So far things are working out great and I have been able to test some content on the emulator successfully.
I am also designing 'icons graphics' set which can be used on device based flash projects.
Should be posting some developments and links soon.
Jared Tarbell never stops exploring
I find this one just amazing and most creative.
Its the best audio visualization I have come across so far.
Since the source of this file is not available, I assume the notes of the compositions are stored in the xml (which is evident from the fact the a XML gets loaded when u select a composition), but I was wondering how is he storing the values of the Duration of each note.
Since I hardly know anything about 'reading music notes', I am interested in knowing if anyone here has an idea.
I have always loved the work of levitated.
Read the following article on Animation with Actionscript Vs. Timeline. It's simple great article for those interested in exploring possibilities and experimenting with scripted animations and graphics.