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Archive for October, 2011

Double Rainbow!

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

I’ve added a companion piece to the Circles, Spirals and Sunflowers tutorial I recently published. This new tutorial explains how to draw a double rainbow in javascript (with a little more finesse than the usual). You can use these highly sophisticated rainbows for good or evil. The choice is yours! A processing version of the […]

How to create a fake language in one day

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

An interesting blog post from game designer Mikael Säker, in which he explains how he created a fictitious language (for a game) in one day. Qewo rotawine kuzo osinita tasikisuina. reopise qokotasi duma mo kime qodutioja, ruzeerure titazeso nejo rosojo tasikisuosi nitariso owetati raroqo kimosi diro zesesoaja osi oqatisoso sereneo. I would argue that this […]

Circles, Spirals, and Sunflowers

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Long time readers of this blog know that I am obsessed with circles and related things, like donuts, and cups of coffee. As a result, I have amassed a small arsenal of techniques for producing them. If you know Javascript, and would like to develop your graphics chops, you may enjoy my new tutorial, which […]

Throwable panoramic ball camera

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

I want!

Thanks Steve

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

I first heard of Apple computer in college.. My friend Kevin Bjorke brought an Apple II from home, with a shoebox full of pirated games. For a few precious weeks, we would stay up all night, munching on junk food, and loading one disk after another, playing Kings Quest, Mystery House and others, the litle […]