Archive for the ‘ActionScript’ Category

Beautiful Photographers Portfolio, By Mixmaster

February 25, 2009


A very nice and simple site for photographer Dag Knudsen. Made by technical gurus MixMaster and design by my buddy,  mentor and Bruce Willis lookalike  from Uni Karl Johan Palm. I am looking forward to working together with the MixMaster Guys over the next couple of weeks, and dip in to their vast knowledge on Adobe Air, Flex, AS3, Papervision and other exciting technologies!

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New Barcinski & Jeanjean Website

September 24, 2008

The new portfolio website for Amsterdam based freelance team Barcinski & Jeanjean is very impressive. Built using Papervision3D, Vectorvision, 3D Physics and Photography.


Their Blog

Fantastic Contraption

September 8, 2008

Fantastic-contraption is an online game where the object is to move a piece from A to B using a few simple tools and the laws of physics. The game looks quite bad, but it has a very addictive and impressive/cool physics engine. The game built with flash 9 and therefore should handle tougher calculations more smoothly. If you sign up you can also share your inventions, and view other peoples contraptions.

A bit of fun and distraction on a monday.


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Dont’t click here – to find out more

August 27, 2008 is an experiment in user interface. It plays with the idea of not using your mouse button to navigate, instead ‘the Institute for Interactive Research‘ explore other ways of browsing through content on a web page. Some fun ideas here, but it can be hard to shake the habit of using the mousebutton to select what you want.

Click here

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Natzke VS Davis

June 10, 2008

Joshua Davis is currently launching his new web page using WordPress. At his site you can buy his prints of computer generated artwork. I cant help to notice that little has changed in the world of Josh’s artwork since his work for BMW over three years ago. His artwork still consists of lazily drawn little bits of illustration that are composed using action script. According to himself he came up with this because he was to lazy to actually draw the entire composition. Maybe he is to lazy to come up with something new?

When it comes to computer generated artwork I am most impressed by the work of Eric Natzke. His scripts produce art work that reference the effect of paint on canvas and I also prefer his colour pallet.

Here are some really cool open source scripts