October 25, 2007
The Blind Sketchmaker - Lecture Notes

The lecture notes for my talk "The Blind Sketchmaker - exploring generative and evolutionary art with Flash" are now available on lectures.quasimondo.com. The AIR tools I demoed - Image Analyzer, Art Critque and Sketchmaker are not available yet. The visuals evolved by...

Posted at 02:10 PM
October 09, 2007
Aviary Review on ZDNet

Ryan Steward has written a very positive review about a the different Aviary tools Phoenix, Peacock and Hummingbird he was given an early preview. I'm very happy to read that he especially likes Peacock, the pattern generator which is my little baby...

Posted at 04:13 PM
October 04, 2007
Hydra: Noise

I mentioned the Hydra limitations before - especially if you aim for the use of your filters in Flash there are a lot of them. One feature that is entirely missing for example is a random number generator in form of a...

Posted at 01:42 PM
October 03, 2007
Hydra: Spirals and Gradients

Finally I could get my hands a little bit dirty with Hydra when my beloved spouse entrusted me her MacBook for a few hours. All my other machines don't support OpenGL 2.0 yet and thus I could just sit and watch Joa...

Posted at 05:57 PM
October 01, 2007
Hydra on Adobe Labs

Finally the AIF Toolkit codename Hydra is available on Adobe Labs. Wow I'm totally excited to see what can be done with this! Building native filters and pixel shaders in Flash whohoo!...

Posted at 10:32 PM
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