Archive for the ‘Video’ Category

NCCA Group Projects 2011

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

The last months have been busy at the NCCA with a lot of projects, most of them will be shown here soon. Let’s start this with the group project that we handed in a month ago.

The game is simple: The world is ending. Can you escape the nightmare?

Thanks to my group members Firuze Kiraz, Elliot Spence, Alex Poolton, Pete Smith and Simon Roth. It was amazing to work on such a great project with such great people. My main contributions were developing the scripting interface and its integration (Lua), event/animation system, lead of Mac platform development and general coding tasks. More videos of this year’s group projects below.


Exercise 10 – 3D

Saturday, December 6th, 2008

texture-cube.pngProcessing is capable of importing 3D models in various formats from your favourite modeling program. This post shows examples and explains what you plugins you might need.


Exercise 9 – Video

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

color-tracking.pngThis weeks post is all about video. We create a very cool video player with some 3D effects, a video recorder and ultimately a little programm that allows you to track objects based on their color.


Thoughts on the iPhone

Friday, July 6th, 2007

Say hello to the iPhone, Apple’s revolutionary new cellphone. Not many products have been so eagerly-awaited and fascinated both lovers and haters. It seems like every second news report is about that magic multi-touch smartphone and some may ask how it can live up the hype … Well, here’s how!


Hasta la vista, Billy?

Saturday, March 3rd, 2007

V for Vista, baby! Since Microsoft officially released »Windows Vista« to its end customers in January. It comes with a lot of sophisticated features and all seem to be totally new – at least to Windows users. Some say, that Vista is just a rip-off of Apple’s Mac OS X. Check out David Pogue’s opinion in his »New York Times« video column.


Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us

Saturday, March 3rd, 2007

The term »Web 2.0« is on everyone’s lips at these times. There’s a fabulous movie made by Michael Wesch conveying an idea of »the new web« (found via