Entries Tagged as 'okdeluxe'

Unsung Heroes of Tour de France pt. 2

July 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Now that Tour de France 2010 is well on it’s way I’ve tweaked the app to now show this years data. Since last post I’ve also added some little tweaks to indicate the profile of each stage - most of the stages are insignificant at this size but you can clearly see the Alps (visible […]

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Tags: experiments · open source · okdeluxe · processing · code driven graphics

Unsung Heroes of Tour de France

July 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment

Tour de France 2010 is about to start and I wanted to share a (work in progress) info visualisation project I’ve been working on (the data used below are the results from TDF 2009).In ‘le grande’ race, there’s a tendency to focus on the top riders, even sometimes only on the top 10-15 riders, and […]

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Tags: experiments · open source · okdeluxe · processing · code driven graphics

Breadcrumbs and KML

March 3rd, 2010 · Comments Off

I’ve been dabbling with GPS ideas lately … hopefully I’ll have time to push one of the ideas into a real project soon. For now, here’s a screengrab of Google Earth showing my trails as I was out testing some GPS logging code last night. Using Google Earth and the KML data format is proving […]

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Tags: location based · experiments · okdeluxe

Happy 2010!

January 8th, 2010 · Comments Off

The new year is now 8 days old and I’m (very) late in the season-greetings tradition… Nevertheless: Happy New Year/Decade! 2009 was amazing and 2010 already looks to be just as exciting.
I’ve thrown together a quick generative piece that has been living in my sketchbook for far too long. It is a simple particle system […]

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Tags: experiments · okdeluxe · processing · code driven graphics

End of year website update.

December 15th, 2009 · Comments Off

2009 is coming to an end and it is time to document some of my recent work. Four new projects are online, have a look for yourself: okdeluxe.co.uk
Here is one of the videos from the COP15 Generative Identity Software project

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Tags: identity · animation · okdeluxe · processing · code driven graphics

Adda Renderer

May 26th, 2009 · Comments Off

After an insanely busy spring filled with projects I’ll be able to talk about later this year (well, some of them) and the arrival of my daughter (Adda) I am now happily back in business writing graphics code and planning projects for the summer. Here’s a quick custom rendering of Adda wearing mommy’s sunglasses.

Here’s […]

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Tags: experiments · open source · okdeluxe · processing · code driven graphics

Happy Holidays XMAS 2008

December 19th, 2008 · Comments Off

2008 has been an extremely exciting year - lot’s of work, lot’s of interesting collaborations and projects! As 2008 was the year Ben and Casey released version 1.0 of Processing, the appropriate thing to do is to celebrate this with a year-ending piece wishing everyone a Happy Holiday season!
I look forward to 2009!

okdeluxe XMAS card […]

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Tags: experiments · okdeluxe · processing · code driven graphics

Mind The Gap - teaching at University of Dundee

February 6th, 2008 · Comments Off

Earlier this week I was in Scotland for a bit of teaching. The students of the Interactive Media Design and Innovative Product Design departments at the University of Dundee are doing a really interesting project called ‘Mind The Gap’ - they have been challenged to design a service/product/experience that bridges the gap of generations between […]

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Tags: teaching · okdeluxe

COS ‘XMAS glow’ … more details and VIDEO!

November 22nd, 2007 · Comments Off

More documentation - now also with video from the store on Regent Street in London can be found here.

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Tags: okdeluxe · retail environment · code driven graphics

Projects online

September 20th, 2007 · Comments Off

10 previous projects are now online (albeit in overview-form: one image and a bit of text).

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