image by Andi Smith I had a great time at the State of the Browser conference in London on Saturday – it was nice to see representatives from FireFox, Chrome, Opera and MSIE all getting along so well. Getting along … There’s more
Yesterday Paul Rouget from Mozilla asked how to uniformly arrange points within a circle. There are a few existing algorithms to do this, but I was interested in seeing if I could use simple physics to create a stable system … There’s more
UPDATE – HTML 5 Canvas version now online During my session at the Flash Gaming Summit, I showed a very simple 3D particle renderer to attempt to demystify the process of converting 3D into 2D. Click and drag. The actual … There’s more
I don’t know about you guys, but at the moment I’m getting several calls a day asking for Flash Christmas cards. And what do you need in a Flash Christmas card? Christmas snow! Remember last year I completed the 3D-Flash-snow-in-15-minutes … There’s more
John, Andy and I thought we’d chuck a little something together for Keith now that he’s 44, (or 14 x Pi if you’re talking his language). Happy Birthday!
Have you ever found any use for any of my stuff? That nifty particle effect on your game? That 3D Papervision website? Or perhaps you’ve just found my wry sense of humour somewhat amusing? Now’s your chance to thank me! … There’s more
Part two of my particle tutorial in Computer Arts is featured in issue 152, August 2008. Using the skeletons on the Plug-in Media website as an example, I take you through how to blow things up in Flash! Source files … There’s more