An improved version of that image mirroring program I made awhile back. This one allows you to select the line of symmetry, rather than always having it be at the center of the image. Left-clicking sets the line of symmetry. Right-clicking changes the location of the zoom-box and the left/right keys nudge the line of symmetry one pixel to the left or right, if you want more precision.
It gets kinda slow if you try using it on larger images, so smaller images will yield quicker results.
A java applet and Processing source code can be found here.
Spent the past few hours making this flash game based on DJ Max Technika. Specifically, the song “In My Heart“. It was originally just fanart, then I decided to make it interactive by having her look at your mouse cursor, then I wanted a thing that dynamically generated bubbles (I based it on the code found here), but then I thought it’d be cool if the bubbles were notes instead. Then I was all “Hey, let’s make them clickable!” and then after that “Might as well make it a game.”
Instructions can be found by clicking the button at the bottom. SWF can be found here, and embedded in the full post.
Edit: Updated to include a sound and an star-explosion effect upon a successful click, also the ability to press T to toggle outfits. The previous version can be found here.
TouchShield Slide, MeCap lithium backpack, DoubleWide extender shield, some mini-breadboards and a 3-axis accelerometer arrived from Liquidware some time last week. Made a “snow” program based on this one which I think is pretty much exactly the same except that one has a larger “brush size” when pressing on the screen.