In Ken Perlin’s recent DrawPad project, he explores creating an animation through sketching. There is a nice, simple visualization of history, which enables you to see your animation by rolling over it, edit the animation and insert new sketches.
It was developed with pen computing in mind and therefore uses a number of gesteral commands, so definitely check out the user’s manual. The working demo is a lot of fun. The linking/zooming feature is particularly cool, underscoring the goal of informal communication.
This lovely web application for choosing paint colors is linked from the Behr home page and can also be found in Home Depot stores running in a kiosk.
Built in LZX and deployed with the Laszlo Presentation Server, this rich internet app would be categorized as a “product configurator.” It is the most beautiful and compelling example I’ve seen.
I suddenly feel like painting my living room.
no news here, except that I accidentally posted one on my site. I’ve move the offending guestmap to another page and amended my previous post.