You can control the Little Man by tilting your phone! It should capture input from your phones accelerometer if its “Smart Enough” Its a bit buggy and the physics is a bit basic. But I hope to make some improvements in velocity, acceleration, add in some gravity so he can jump, maybe some wind?
Anyhoo, complete credit for the sprite image that I used goes to 10firstgame’s wordpress blog, I hope he doesn’t mind me using it!
This evening I decided to give my website a bit of TLC and updated it to WordPress 3.6 nicknamed “Oscar” after a Jazz artists of yesteryear. I’ve also switch from my original theme to TwentyThirteen – the new default theme that comes packaged with WP. I have to say I’m impressed with what you get for free these days!
I’m going to try and update the blog more often. I think I must have forgotten about it! So expect to see some posts in the near future!
I recently recorded some new music with Rhys and Mike. Check it out!
Here’s an php array of the counties in Ireland. I searched Google and couldn’t find one so I thought I’d put it here!
$counties = array('Antrim', 'Armagh', 'Carlow', 'Cavan', 'Clare', 'Cork', 'Derry', 'Donegal', 'Down', 'Dublin', 'Fermanagh', 'Galway', 'Kerry', 'Kildare', 'Kilkenny', 'Laois', 'Leitrim', 'Limerick', 'Longford', 'Louth', 'Mayo', 'Meath', 'Monaghan', 'Offaly', 'Roscommon', 'Sligo', 'Tipperary', 'Tyrone', 'Waterford', 'Westmeath', 'Wexford', 'Wicklow');
Here’s a recording of my cover of The Width of the Black by The Jimmy Cake. I made it about 4 years ago while in between jobs with nothing else to do with myself … I used my melodica for for the piano accordion / trumpet / clarinet parts and recorded it in Cubase. Check it out!
Im heading to France tomorrow for a week long snowboarding holiday! Gonna be living it up in a fully catered chalet in Sainte Foy. My good friends Seb and Sophie aka Sebophie work there as the chalet’s host and chef! They got a decent website too: www.snowology.com
Time to scare some kiddies on the slopes with my new mask! Took this pic with my new camera and messed about a bit with photoshop. Check it out.
Been mucking about with some HTML5 again. This time I combined the canvas API with a bit of jQuery.
I put together this gradient that follows your mouse cursor around the screen.