Category Archives: Physics

Simple image physics with HTML5 Canvas

Leave a comment 19 January 2011

I must admit that since returning from over 7 months travelling I’ve lost a little of my motivation for programming. However this afternoon at work I had a little downtime and decided to read through some of my emails and … Continue reading

Posted in HTML5, JavaScript, Physics

Flash Monkey is back!

1 Comment 30 December 2010

I’m back! After over 7 months of travelling from Mexico to Argentina (via Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Brazil, Peru and Bolivia), and a few weeks in Sydney and Thailand on the way home I am now … Continue reading

Posted in Employment, Experiment, Physics, Site, Tip

Simple JavaScript Physics

11 Comments 5 March 2010

Throw Physics It’s been a fairly quiet Friday afternoon so I thought I’d play around with some more JavaScript. This time I’ve created some simple throw physics… you can click and throw the balls around the browser window. Each ball … Continue reading

Posted in HTML5, JavaScript, Physics

Season Speakings

Leave a comment 16 December 2009

I’ll keep this short and sweet cos I’m so tired from lack of sleep trying to get this thing live! This is the second xmas project I worked on this year. It was for my good friend Federico’s company Cocomino, … Continue reading

Posted in ActionScript, Client, Physics


3 Comments 4 December 2009

WobbleWall! Blobs… BlobbleWall!? Wasn’t really sure what to call this one but WobbleWall sounds mildly amusing so I’ve gone with that. To start off with I want to say that one of the main things that I remember from FOTB … Continue reading

Posted in ActionScript, Experiment, Physics
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