Archive for the ‘Flash’ Category

Simple Physics

Sunday, July 29th, 2007

Posted at http://dd.dynamicdiagrams.com/ by Henry Woodbury on June 30, 2007 at 12:12 pm   

A simple, interactive Flash application at thecleverest.com offers a mesmerizing glimpse into classical mechanics. By adjusting the location of two “planets” and the location and angle of two planes you can send a cascade of bouncy balls flying into space — or into orbit.

It’s like the spare, algorithmic, interactive version of this.

Universcale

Friday, April 20th, 2007

Intelligent use of flash from Nikon on the scale of various objects.

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Suprb

Monday, April 2nd, 2007

Superb graphic/interactive portfolio of work from Suprb.

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Mantlepies

Friday, February 23rd, 2007

Here you see a collection of flash animations we did when we were bored.

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Animator vs. Animation

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

THE SEQUEL (Animator vs. Animation II) is on www.atomfilms.com! Watch it now!An animator faces his own animation in deadly combat. The battlefield? The Flash interface itself.
A stick figure is created by an animator with the intent to torture. The stick figure will be using everything he can find – the brush tool, the eraser tool, etc. – to get back at his tormentor. It’s resourcefulness versus power. Who will win? You can find out yourself.

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Zoomify

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

Zoomify makes high-quality images zoom-and-pan for fast, interactive viewing on the web! Just JPEGs, HTML, and Flash!

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Muse 11

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

MUSE.ELEVEN is selected work from Bulgarian designer Kremena Rashkova, living and working in Paris since 2003.

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Pjotro Vs DJ effex

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

Select between Pjotro and DJ EFFEX by moving your cursor towards them. Swap and mix the battle as you please.

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The Ad Generator

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

“The ad generator is a generative artwork that explores how advertising uses and manipulates language. Words and semantic structures from real corporate slogans are remixed and randomized to generate invented slogans. These slogans are then paired with related images from Flickr, thereby generating fake advertisements on the fly. By remixing corporate slogans, I intend to show how the language of advertising is both deeply meaningful, in that it represents real cultural values and desires, and yet utterly meaningless in that these ideas have no relationship to the products being sold. In using the Flickr images, the piece explores the relationship between language and image, and how meaning is constructed by the juxtaposition of the two.”

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LAB | Mathieu Badimon

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

Some nice Flash experiments wrapped up in a simple but wonderful 3D interface

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