I’m really looking forward to FlashBelt this year, meeting up with Dave Schroeder, and all my good flasher friends, especially Jeremy Thorp, who hasn’t made it to any other conferences since last year’s FlashBelt. It’s always a great one, hitting … There’s more
Excellent! I just found out that Computer Arts magazine have posted the article I wrote for them online as a PDF. So you can learn how to make a particle class from scratch and using it to create basic particle … There’s more
It seems like I’ve been promising to write this one up ever since November! And now I can finally reveal the official video of the event! Which gives me the perfect excuse to get around to this blog post. 🙂 … There’s more
Having a fantastic time here in Toronto, although in a supreme display of poor planning my session is at 9am this morning! Never fear! We shall fight the hangovers from the awesome party last night (thanks Influxis) and produce more … There’s more
My good friend and FlashBrighton veteran Jo Summers has been enthusing at me for some time about the Arduino boards. And I just knew that as soon as I started playing with one, I would get obsessed, so I’ve been … There’s more
After the Computer Arts article last month, you can now see my full particle presentation over on lynda.com [sorry, no longer available]. It’s a screen-cast of my presentation at Flashforward in Boston last September. So if you want to know … There’s more
I’m just putting the finishing touches to my session for this afternoon, more particle craziness, this time in Amsterdam. If you want to work along with me then you can download the source files here.