How can speed be real if our brains aren't real?

No, I'm not losing it... just misquoting the ever profound Jaden Smith to help avoid writing a meaningful title. It's been a couple of weeks since I've had time to work anymore on my video project but I have been able to knock together a quick javascript preview - the…

Time is of the essence

I've had a bit of good feedback on my video tool so have decided to crack on with making it a viable product. The first issue that needs solving to make this happen is to make it faster. As of my last blog post, I had my render time down…

15 Seconds of Awesome

Most of the people I follow on social media are DJs or producers. I find it's a really good way to stay on top of new music that's being released and it relieves me of a lot of cash whenever records are put out. Recently I've noticed a few guys…

The Importance of Simplicity

Over the weekend my feedback tool for the Peckham Rye station development had a decent amount of usage. The link was tweeted and retweeted about 50 times after I sent it to our new local paper, The Peckham Peculiar. Peckham Rye station redevelopment: YOU need to get comments in by…

Laziness is contagious

The train station in Peckham Rye is a gorgeous grade 2 listed building, opened in 1865. Unfortunately, most visitors to the area have no idea of this as it was effectively hidden by an art-deco shopping arcade in between world wars. This has resulted in a very claustrophobic entrance to…

Old timey flickering slideshow effect.

Here's an effect I put together that uses css opacity and javascript to add an old fashioned effect to a photo slideshow. View on Codepen The flickering effect is achieved by a javascript timeout that gives the currently visible a class based on a random number (0-10) every 30ms. Each…