It started as a video. Then it was a Flash interactive. Now I’ve ported the good ‘ol prokaryote to HTML5/Canvas using Processing.js, which is rad. While I’m glad that this latest version is theoretically accessible on any modern device/browser, authoring this stuff is waaaaay more time consuming than doing it in Flash. Or maybe I’m [...]
I recently did an experimental educational animation on everyone’s favorite group of microbes: prokaryotes. That was a proof of concept video–I hoped to some day make interactive. Here’s progress toward that end. It’s not what you would call “rich” interaction, but hey, it’s getting there. It’s also still done in Flash…is there an intuitive way [...]
Here’s my third foray into animation, complete with motion tweens and nested graphics. This one caused a bit of a stir over at NewScientistTV, generating over 60 comments, mostly in favor of the idea that humans do indeed have free will. The video’s not really about that though… Check out my previous animated explainers on [...]
My latest animated explainer for New Scientist: For more info read Emma Young’s feature in the 12 March issue of New Scientist. If you like this style of video, you might like my video on gamification. The song is one I’ve been messing with for a while.