Animation

Create your own comic strip with Comeeko

Posted on February 18, 2007. Filed under: Animation, Comic, Photography, Pictures |

Make your own personalized comic strip with Comeeko, a fun (free!) site that lets you take your personal photos and transform them into Dilbertesque creations.

Comeeko is simple to use; just follow the wizard. You can choose your unique layout, color schemes, photos, and then you can apply various comedic elements (whap! Bam! snappo!) to your strip. What a fun way to share those pics of your kids, especially.

+ Comeeko.com

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Captain Planet in Belfast

Posted on January 31, 2007. Filed under: Animation |

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How BitTorrent Works

Posted on November 21, 2006. Filed under: Animation |

The next time you’re at a party and somebody asks you how the BitTorrent protocol works, you could launch into an explanation about seeders, leechers and distributed systems. Or you could run to the nearest computer and fire up this Java applet which illustrates the concept perfectly.

As they say, a Java applet is worth 1000 words. If you still have their attention at the end of your demo, try this cool trick: once you have a full set of seeders, hit “+” to add another empty peer and marvel at the speed with which it fills up.

The_Power_of_BitTorrent

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http://www.thecurrentlyoff.org/latex/

Posted on August 23, 2006. Filed under: Animation, Projects |

A project started with a simple idea: create disposable “designer toys” with pure d.i.y. ethics. We started drawing over balloons what we would like to draw over vinyl toys, but we couldn´t afford. So we tried it and liked it, and decided to spread out the idea and make something else out of it.
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Monster House

Posted on August 20, 2006. Filed under: Animation, Movies |

Looking over the horizon, there are countless computer generated animated features, all pale imitations of the masters of the craft, Pixar (who brought us Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles and the disappointing Cars) and DreamWorks Animation SKG (creators of Shrek and Madagascar). It takes a special kind of film to fight its way through the endless arrays of cute furry animals and do something different. Monster House is that movie.

+ Monster House

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