I posted about this a while ago, but it’s taken Aral a little while to get the videos together.
So here it is : me coding a kind of Angry Birds type thing in Corona live at the Update conference. Enjoy!
(More information and links to the files on this post).
(And you’ll be pleased to know I’ve had a haircut since then.)
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Lovely Session. Thanks a Lot. Much more Entertaining than Educational. I have Some problem with the Collision detection in one of my Game Application. Hope you could help.
Great talk and overview! I hope this isn’t too off-topic, but I was wondering if you can share some insight into how you did the server setup where users can poke/stroke the kitten and it’ll show up on your computer. It looks like you’re using openframeworks for this? It would be great if you could share any insights, code, or anything that could give an idea on how to create something similar.
Hi Seth, thank you!
The kitten stroke or poke was an early simple test of technology I would later use for PixelPhones. Full info here : http://sebleedelisle.com/2011/09/pixelphones-a-huge-display-made-with-smart-phones/
Hope this helps!
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Ho, did you now an Augmented reality software creation for Iphone?
Hi Nabil, I’d look at String. Cheers!