Musings of a Fondue

Voxels as a Makeshift 3D Editor

Original Date: August 2, 2013

While following this tutorial from Lee Brimelow, I noticed that he made the shapes using cubes.


Which reminded me of the Voxels program by Mr.doob I had stumbled upon earlier. I figured, hey I could use this!

Augmented Reality

Original Date: August 2, 2013

I came across James Alliban’s work on Augmented Reality,

Here’s his full article including the demo in the video. And while you are there, his projects are amazing!

After watching several of his videos I was inspired to try it out. I found these two awesome tutorials on getting started,

Canvas Cycle - Part 2

Original Date: July 26, 2013

Drawing an image using pixel data

The more I looked at the color and pixel data in the image.php file, the more convinced I became that I could write something that could draw the image. The pixels array in the file was in a grid-like format exactly 640 elements across and 480 down (corresponding to the image dimensions of 640 x 480). I played around with canvas to see what I could do.

Canvas Cycle - Part 1

Original Date: July 26, 2013

I came across this experiment by Joseph Huckaby,

It’s mesmerizing! So much so, that I wanted to save it. (So that I could keep it forever! *creepy voice*)

But when I did, I found that it wasn’t working,

3D Attempt

Original Date: July 19, 2013

This is my first attempt to create something in 3D. I followed the ‘Build your own HTML5 3D Engine’ tutorial by Mikko Haapoja.


Here are the results:

▱ Verbatim

▱ Modified to use circles

C++ With ChiliTomatoNoodle

Original Date: May 24, 2013

A brief but interesting relationship…

I needed to learn C++ to use Cinder. So I googled C++ for beginners, and came across Chili’s playlist - Beginner C++ DirectX Game Programming Tutorial Series.

Hello Cinder

Original Date: April 17, 2013

After seeing this Art of Creative Coding video, I wanted to get started on whatever it was the people in it were doing. Cinder was one of the programs mentioned, so I downloaded it.

Where It All Began

I’m not sure whether it started with Cinder or with ChromeExperiments. Both are likely where my interest in programming began.

This PBS video in particular was a turning point,

When I first saw it, I thought it was the most amazing thing ever! I didn’t know coding could be used to create art!

My mind was blown with this whole ‘creative coding’ thing.
I have been hooked ever since!