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October 30, 2013 3 Experiments, Programming

After playing Planetary Annihilation and witnessing how well their flow fields worked for pathfinding tons of units at once while maintaining excellent performance, I was interested in trying it myself–unit movement in RTS games is a huge problem field with a lot of solutions. So I found this article on the subject and proceeded to… Read More »

August 11, 2013 Comments Off on Minimal physics implementation in JavaScript Programming

I got tired of adding basic physics over and over and decided to put together the best algorithms I could find into a couple tiny JS demo pages that I can later copy/paste from into any project. Feel free to submit improvements–it’s a bit messy but well-commented and I cite my sources for further research… Read More »

January 28, 2013 Comments Off on Fork me baby! Housekeeping, Programming

The rumors you’ve heard are true. I am, in fact, submitting code to GitHub. Look up top! I even have the ribbon/banner/thingy that all the cool kids are using to prove it. Some stuff I’ve already pushed are a custom EventDispatcher class in both JavaScript and TypeScript flavors, a version of jQuery.extend that excludes the… Read More »

June 1, 2012 Comments Off on New deployed Introductions

I rarely (ie never) post about work I do, here, but I’m making an exception for this one because Firefall is a rad game I’ve been following for some time. I was super-stoked to work with Red 5 Studios on this rebuild of the promo site, and I’m pretty happy with the results (there are… Read More »

March 6, 2012 0

I’ve never been more inspired by something as much as I am by Firefall. Not only is the world rich with depth, but there’s a really fun aesthetic to show it all off. I dug into After Effects for the first time to create this video and enter their contest–what do you think?