Archive for the 'Portfolio' Category

Unity3.5 + Flash = The Can Man

I’ve been testing the unity3.5 “free” export to Flash player 11+.
AND I GOT TO BUILD A GAME!!! with awesome music from David Saulesco, graphics by Mathias Heinänen

 Both the export and the game are awesome and broken, and no where near refined (naturally) as they should be (for the export look to the Native Unity Web Player instead of flash)

[suspiscion] It looks like they are not going to fix some of the issues until Unity4 drops and Adobe and Unity have come to some kind of agreement over licensing  costs.[/suspiscion]

But the main thing is, flash developers finally got a robust gaming engine to work on, and a robust 3d engine with dedicated fancy tools to develop in, so where the hell does this leave flash? Read more »

Sommarlov – konstsim för hajar


Straight up and down request, build a game that does x,y,z.
That’s what we built.
Every project has a angle, a hook and dear goodness where those two fishing puns already.

And with this project we used Flixel – the little engine that should
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It was a success, 2d objects, in a 2d room and a control system to MOVE objects in in actual 3d space that is supposed to be intuitive for 7 year olds.
I present to you Fixarummet – Design your own room.

Compromise – Did you every have one of those projects?
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Undisclosed Project

Well, since I’ve entered into a iphone game and app course, the very same avenue I suspect the hard-core flash developers to hide in, when general web development slides fully into HTML5.

I started to think of games to develop for the ipad. And naturally amongst all the crazy ideas “wouldn’t it be cool too”, I settled on a casual game – as such. Built up of handful of smaller mini-games. It’s going to involve a lot of micromanagement, and having several balls up in the air at the same time.

So in my wisdom I start developing one of the core mini-games in flash just to get back up to speed with flash after a long summer. Art-direction, although being programmer art, was going towards the “main game concept”. Of course this first mini-game needs to be a stand-alone, fast and furious type of game to sell to friends and colleagues the larger picture, during those days in the future when I need a favour or too.
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unity3d – attempt number 2


Here is my first real stab at something “proper” in unity. Be warned – There be programmer art ahead!
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Paul Dixon (Boff) Blog / Portfolio

Hi, my name is Paul Dixon (more about me) and I’m an Actionscript Programmer, web developer, and all round Boffin.

For my favourite bits of work, check out my Portfolio [Hall of Fame] as linked above,
otherwise just use the filter button on the right to look at my Extended Portfolio.

If you read this far, be warned from here on in, it is the standard self indulgent, obscure personal references and self touting mire of a personal blog [just pretend it's 2007 and the world hasn't gone over to microblogging yet].

Securing – HTML Node trawler

As a part of WDO I helped maintain the securing website with updates and general maintenance. However recently they needed a quick and dirty collapsible list of PDF’s and pictures from their conference. I thought I’d try out something new. NODES!!!
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Start – form

Start form

Start required a simple form, to help people deliver their details, and of course receive the information properly formatted via email. Read more »

Unity – Flar Expirement

Flar and Unity

  1. have a webcamera
  2. print off this glyph marker
  3. Install Unity

Unity is a game engine, news about it started to trickle into my RSS feeds during the summer.
Basically, it’s a 3d editing suite in which you can build games with: integrated physics, complex model, textures, and particle systems.
Very good for the 3d gaming community, but why talk about it here?
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Skellefteå-kraft Banners

Skellefteå Kraft Banner

Ordinarily, I wouldn’t brag about banners, unless it was something special, (credit must go out to “that guy” who took care of Frank The Sheep).
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“.WDO as a part of it’s strategic branding of Kreanord, developed a new website and digital presentation that will be released in early 2010.
The website will connect Nordic organisations and companies in the field of creative industries and get them out on the global market as well as help them organise and communicate with each other.”

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Head-tracking and steering 3d environments

Face tracking
WARNING! Example requires a web Camera and flash player 10.

Well, programmers usually hate using stuff they don’t know how to build themselves. But sometimes, something is just too cool not to have a play.
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Creative Summit (sadly we’ve just updated the flash 2009 site to the AJAX 2010 )
Oh The Lodge (North Kingdom, Dreamfield, Artopod, Paregos, Thomson, etc) needed an awesome web site their large conference(organised by .wdo) for it’s members and it’s associates from around the world, like Coca-Cola and Disney. No pressure, just the elite of your branch is currently weighing up your code and design.
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Start – digital presentation

Start - Presentation

This was an offline flash project so I have no link :(

I loved this project. An artistically luscious presentation that the client could put together themselves. It was my first fairly complex AS3 project, so complex that I had to build my own debugger. True story.
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You control, back to as2

So I built an system for web site for, they hadn’t made the move to AS3 back then, so I had to go back to the classic AS2. Read more »

The innovators – AS3 line drawn in sand


So what we have here is a flash film player, an Accordian, xml reader, Javascript communications, a sharebutton that folds out ontop of the flash, and a little bit of a bitmap effect causing that lovely static on the screen (The war of the Ants my swedish colleagues would like to say).

The Line has now been drawn, I’ve had my fill of AS2. From this day forwards I am a flash ActionScript 3.0 programmer!
How hard could it be? Read more »

Gunnebo International Business Center

Built back in my Norweb, Jack-Russel and Fältman & Malmén days. Huge shout out to Mattias Flyborg, or rather Mr Jack Russel himself(Art-Director and Project Leader.)
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HSB – Bospara

Major HSB campaign, and we just lost both senior programmers. Lone junior here took up the plate. Read more »

HP – Shorty


Norweb’s Shorty….I got told to build donkey-kong esque game to play whilst the clients donwload pdfs. Read more »

Flodell Film


This site got a nice redesign at Thomson, and being a CMS I got to do some heavy programming for such a light face lift. Read more »