So I finally got a version of my iPhone application ready for testing. It runs fine on my iPhone 3G and iPod Touch. I wanted to test it on some other devices so I asked some people I know to do this for me. I read through the article Publishing Applications for Testing and I noticed that some little details are missing to get your app installed on other devices.
Here are my slides for the Processing workshop I’m doing at Sint-Lukas Brussels. The name of the workshop is “Fuck Adobe, Let’s build our own design software!”. You can also download some examples for drawing basic shapes like points, lines, rectangles, circles, … Enjoy!
La Vie En Ville, my photoblog experiment with the custom WordPress for iPhone app got a small update last week. I’ve built a mobile version of the website for those of you visiting the website with the iPhone. Enjoy!
I’ve been drawing in sketchbooks for the past eight years and I started posting some of my drawings last year. Here is a small selection of sketches that I like. More of them can be found in my Moleskine Set on Flickr.
I have been busy for the last few weeks but I finally got some time to write the next article on openFrameworks. In this article I’m going to explain the algorithms to change an RGB webcam image to grayscale and how to mirror that grayscale image.
When you create an installation that uses a webcam to analyse the behavior of people, you often need to mirror the video to use it. In this article I’m going to explain how to do this in openFrameworks.