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Google Chrome Experiments (2009)
Commissioned work that deals with the browser as a medium in promotion of Google Chrome browser.
I chose to port Balldroppings to processing.js
and I made PopupPong -- pong that uses the brower windows as interactive game elements.
BallDroppings was able to happen because of the...
Marc Nimoy Extraordinaire was redoing the website for the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance (CIP) and he had embedded
a small animated gif that had a marquee of text announces and fun blur transitioning. I offered to redo it in
Flash 8, and give him a lot of customization fea...
Critical Path (2011)
I worked with an "indie" hollywood studio in collaboration
with Jody Zellen in designing and building a web-based UI
to present their interview videos of the top industry game
designers on HTML5 canvas and video elements. I used ProcessingJS.
The interface featured a line-...
Hello World Widget (2005)
Some people on the ITP Alumni list were trying to learn the basics of making Mac OS X Tiger
"dashboard wigets" so I spent some time to really simplify things down as far as possible.
A computer screen shows the Earth floating in outer-space. Slowly, as the computer receives and sends Internet data, this model of the Earth
folds itself to bring the two countries closer to one another. I hope to illustrate the post-regionality of online community through contorting
Daily Bruin Advertising (2000)
Site prototype for an advertising interface that the Daily Bruin newspaper would use to automate its advertising division.
Note: This presentation prototype is meant only for IE5+ browsers.
CALL 212 995 3984 AND START WHISTLING (2003)
A Drawing Piece by Josh Nimoy, 2003.
Medium: Computer and Electronic Circuitry.
Viewers are able to call this installation from a cell phone. When they whistle, ascending scales make vertical strokes on the "paper" while
descending scales make more horizontal strokes. Volume will affect the fatn...
Center for Digital Arts Website (1999)I redesigned the website for the Center for Digital Arts at UCLA, taking it from Mom & Pop to something local design students
could look at. Pieces of my original layouts and graphics still remain in dark corners.