Last year we attended the X’2014 C64 demo party and it was great!
In succession of the 1991 demo we have been working very hard on this X2014 party demo but we have never released it at the party. Finally almost 10 months later I have decided to finish and release it because it’s worth it!
The demo contains some cool C64 inspired 3D animations, graphics and routines accompanied by a great remix of the Ghost’n Goblins Theme by Reyn Ouwehand.
The computer level is not very high but challenging for casual players.
It also works very well on mobile devices.
At the Bright Day #3 there was this fabulous installation with 90 cams connected to 90 Raspberry Pi’s from 3Dmij.nl who took this picture from me. The photos were converted to a 3D model with Project Memento and simplified with MeshLab. The viewer is JSC3D and works even on your iPhone!
The idea behind this small project is to see how New Year is celebrated around the world. The page is showing the current date and time and the most recent Instagram photos posted in major cities in the world. You will be asked to use your geo location to show photos around you.
For the 1991 Party on 16 November 2013, we have made this HTML5 demo with old skool C64 sid music and C64 demoscene effects. It uses the Web Audio API to play and analyze the music in real time. The demo works best in Google Chrome and on IOS7 on iPad or iPhone. Enjoy!
Oh man! My AR.Drone 2.0 is really amazing! You have excellent control with your tablet and/or smartphone. You can film your flights with the front HD cam and the bottom VGA cam. It comes with a special bumper hull for flying inside the house and a more aerodynamic outside hull. Just remember to buy an extra battery!
My friend Wilfred asked me if I could make a simple player for the output of the iPhone 3D Photoscanner app. The result looks very cool and works on the iPad too! The sand sculpture was done by his girlfriend Edith.