Interface for playing 27 video portraits simultaneously or separately is completed.
I’ve been working on a Python program today that monitors which application I’m using. For now it’s writing the data with a timestamp to a text file. But of course I want to share this data on numuseum. I’m now researching the use of sockets. As only just discovered that Flash can also work with […]
I’ve finally started building. I’ve made an inventory of all the properties and methods a list of items should have and now I’m building the background. I’m very new to Object Orientated Programming in Flash. So I’m building and learning at the same time. In the pic you see the main background of (in this […]
I’ve just finished my design for all the items views: links, input, sketches, webart, haiku, pictures and projects. It’s consistent enough but not boring. I think it’s quite serene 🙂 One thing I’ve already found out is that I can load auto generated thumbnails from my delicious link straight into flash, it’s so cute to […]
After weeks of struggling I’ve had a breakthrough in the numuseum archive interface. The archive will consist of three parts: The items or subjects The timeline The tags The interface for part 1 is now almost finished. It’s been pretty hard to get a consistancy for all the different types of media. I’m still working […]
First rough sketch of the numuseum archive.
The interactive circular timeline will show all media items by day. There will also be a tag cloud and I think downloading everything from the internet at every move will be very non-fluid. I looked for and discovered a cool app in the Flickr app garden: phpFlickrSynch, “a PHP application that reads the metadata of […]
Chronology, subject and tags will become the main interface for navigating the numuseum content. For inspiration – and because I’m a map freak – I bought this lovely book: Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline (view image). See the full gallery on Posterous
I’ve been working on my collection of business cards. Each have a very distict design to stress the different characters of the projects. All have a nice glossy front and a back with a tag cloud and a background image as a teaser. I love tag clouds and I’ve discovered some nice online tools to […]
As part of my media art business card set I’ve created a self portrait in my favourite colour.