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...is interested in Art & Technology and the blend between the two.
Currently dabs with creative coding tools (Processing/MaxMSP/OpenFrameworks/Arduino/Kinect/etc.), enjoys scripting apps(Illustrator/Flash/After Effects/C4D/Blender) and has a lot of experience with actionscript.
Works on interesting projects at Hirsch&Mann,Technology Will Save Us and as a teaching assistant for the Adaptive Architecture and Computation course at The Bartlett,UCL.


Studie(s)d Creative Computing at Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Studie(s)d Adaptive Architecture & Computation at The Bartlett/UCL
Rarely posts on vimeo,blog, flickr and github.
...and yes, he thinks writing at the 3rd person is a bit odd..


Jan
11
comment Advice on batch exporting sections of an image
I've updated the question and included my script (which works only on this setup (would fail on different image sized/setups). My question is if this is the fastest way to tackle this. The current script works but is very slow(takes hours to complete). I know it's a large image I'm working with, but maybe there's a better way ?
Jan
11
revised Advice on batch exporting sections of an image
added 1996 characters in body
Jan
10
comment Photoshop CS6 export to RGB 565 format
That's exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
Jan
10
accepted Photoshop CS6 export to RGB 565 format
Jan
10
comment Advice on batch exporting sections of an image
Thanks! You can see quarter of the grid here. I'm only exporting the black squares as individual jpgs. This process will repeat with different content on the same layout/specs.
Jan
9
comment Advice on batch exporting sections of an image
It's a diagonal grid actually (like a grid with space between rows and column but every other row is offset a bit and thus alternating) - I've worked out the arithmetic for creating the selection already
Jan
9
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
asked Photoshop CS6 export to RGB 565 format
Jan
9
asked Advice on batch exporting sections of an image
Apr
24
comment How to calculate the best type colour for a random background colour?
I was considering converting from RGB to CIE XYZ or Lab*. I might offer both options in the end. Nice answer (+1)
Apr
17
accepted How to calculate the best type colour for a random background colour?
Apr
17
comment How to calculate the best type colour for a random background colour?
Pretty simple and pretty effective. I've played with a few options and the brightness threshold works nicely as you can see in the updated sketch. Instructions are in the comments on the left. If I have time I might want try playing with different colour spaces (like convert to Lab* and play with the components), but for now this does the job nice and simple.
Apr
17
comment How to calculate the best type colour for a random background colour?
(+1) thanks for the test, that's helpful :)
Apr
16
comment How to calculate the best type colour for a random background colour?
cool, I'll give this a shot
Apr
16
asked How to calculate the best type colour for a random background colour?
Mar
28
answered File backups for Photoshop
Feb
17
comment How do you create squared big pixel texture like this in photoshop?
Can you please be more specific ? What exactly do you mean by big pixel texture ?
Feb
12
answered Create a sprite using a sequence of images photoshop
Feb
6
comment Adobe Flash CS6 won't Export Animated Gif - How do on the main timeline?
Use Export Movie not Export Image and choose the Animated GIF format from the list (which should include quicktime/swf/etc.), but you don't have much control over quality/dithering which is horrible. For bet quality results, John's advice is the best.
Feb
6
comment What do you call these infographic icons?
+1 This is most interesting. Nicely documented Dawg!