Old Blackbook with sketches from my teenage years Continue reading Old Blackbook with sketches from my teenage years
Fastcompany features an article about how homepages as we know it is dead, In the future we will still see homepages but in a new form that supports social media and “link references” much better than now where all people are … Continue reading Websites wants you to enter from the back not the front
two years ago i wrote this blog post. trying to explain why app’s are better than websites on mobile – 2014 – “It Turns Out People Don’t Really Surf The Web On Their Smartphones” – Business Insider 2014 There is a … Continue reading Users ‘Still’ want Apps, Not Mobile Websites And Loyalty is Queen.
http://slides.com/thonbo/crazy-filters/ did a talk last night at Danish Flash User Group meetup about flash filters based on maps Continue reading Filters on Maps (Special Effects for Games)
Kids and media The iPad was claimed to be the most popular “toy” in 2013 websites as we know them are full of information – webstores, tv guides, food recipes, traffic information, weather and so on. this is not the … Continue reading Digital content for kids and Gamification for all
From: A game and Interactive developer / Digital Strategist perspective To: All decision-makers who got lost in the overgrown device and tech jungle I often meet people who are in a situation where they have to produce digital content in form of an app or a website – and they have a hard time figuring out what technology to choose. I just came back from a conference about cross-media animation and interactive entertainment, which was mainly about showing the opportunities in digital games and interactivity for animators and people in the broadcasting entertainment business. I was not surprised to see … Continue reading To: All decision-makers who got lost in the overgrown device and tech jungle
Talking about flash displacementMaps in starling tomorrow evening at Danish Flash Usergroup, and I just wanted to gather some links… related links: http://thonbo.com/starling/DisplacementTest.html mobile android lab app : http://thonbo.com/apks/DisplacementMobile.apk http://thonbo.com/starling/DisplacementTestRain.html http://thonbo.com/starling/DisplacementTestGameBg.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZD-LxUS7UEY this lab is not just a mosaic effect lab with some dots overlayed – all lego pixels are represented in actual lego color values – where images colors are snapped to nearest lego color using 3D pythagoras + color perception offset http://thonbo.com/brickster/legofier.html (classic scalable/zoomable flash) http://thonbo.com/brickster/ (starling version max 2048 px output) / – to be continued with explanation Continue reading Starling DisplacementMap Labs
In this post im going to be talking about the usecases that I bet, few people have thought about regarding games in mobile browsers I’m also going to be hilighting some of the stuff Google demoed at Google IO 2013 which … Continue reading So what if HTML5 and WebGL games makes it to the mobile browser?
Great Products First of all I need to say Adobe is producing excellent products and they are doing some amazing progress on creative products, collaboration and tools to get the open web in a creative direction. I love what you do for photo/image, video editing, responsive web, html5 animation tools and 3D tools – its all great I really love it – that being said… But what about game developers… I had a chance to talk to Renaun Erickson (Flash Evangelist at Adobe) at Adobe MAX and the general feeling is that JS is the way ahead for Flash – Starling, Feathers, Away3D and … Continue reading Where is Adobe going with flash – “After-Max” conclusions