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Archive for April, 2007

Krazydad hits NYC

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

I had great fun presenting at the Gel (Good Experience Live) 2007 conference in NYC. My interactive Whitney Music Box (in which the crowd made noises while host Mark Hurst controlled them with a knob) worked quite well. The audience of about 400 was game, and enthusiastically yelled “PI!” (or maybe “PIE!”) when their assigned […]

Kaleidoscope #842

Monday, April 16th, 2007

A Flash-8 kaleidoscope I’ve been making today. Click to play with it (requires the Flash 8 plug-in). The raster graphics added in Flash 8 enable larger and better performance kaleidoscopic effects than in prior versions. I’m finally able to achieve effects that formerly required graphics acceleration, such as C++/OpenGL. I facetiously numbered this 842. Actually […]

See KrazyDad at GEL conference

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

I’ll be one of the presenters at next week’s GEL conference in NYC. This is my first GEL conference and it sounds quite interesting. Each of the presenters only gets 20 minutes to speak, so we’re forced to ‘come to the nut’ pretty quickly. I’m planning on exacerbating the information-overload of the poor, addled attendees […]

Who wants candy?

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

An interactive mosaic of candy photos by Cybele-LA, from the Candy Blog.

Puzzle Games made with Lasers

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007

GamePuzzles.com is the website of Kadon Enterprises, a family owned business that builds beautiful puzzle toys to order out of acrylics and wood in their workshop in Pasadena, MD.  Most of their games consist of sets of tiles that fit together in interesting ways, such as Polyonimoes, Penrose tiles, and edge matching games using regular […]

Fibonacci Logos

Monday, April 2nd, 2007

Here’s my latest Quartz Composer screensaver for the Mac. This combines the fibonacci spiral seen in a lot of my graphic images with the harmonic motions from my Whitney Music Box. The motion in this screensaver is actually quite simple — if you look at each disc, you’ll see that it is just sitting in […]