ARKit beta excitement building

ARKit app idea beginning

I’m quite excited to have figured out so far how to:

  • update home machine to Sierra to run xCode 9 beta
  • start playing with xCode
  • borrow iPhone 7 with iOS 11 beta running on it
  • setup free provisioning for testing app
  • start with ARKit “hello world” type app demo from the amazing folks at Apple

ARKit possibilities areΒ blowing me away!

(That’s the spaceship hoving in my office to left of my desk πŸ˜‰

Now! Β On to hacking and trying out my app idea…. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

“slide-responsively” — minimal standalone HTM/CSS/JS inspired by “sliding-door” from Wayne Connor

I made new “slide-responsively” for image menus, which is minimal standalone HTM/CSS/JS inspired by “sliding-door” from Wayne Connor

I’ve just kept the sliding door idea, and made it independent of a WordPress theme so it can be added to a site using another theme
(example site).

Try shrinking the width of the browser or rotating your mobile device.

View Source to see the minimal elements needed.

Just replace the 7 images and links and go!

my github repo of this plugin.

play motion-JPEG video using javascript (in browser, no plugins, minimal JS)

Motion JPEG test

play motion-JPEG video using javascript (in browser, no plugins, minimal JS)

click a button above to begin!
Huh?

This extracts the JPEG frames, likely without the huffman compression tables (though chrome dont care 8-), found within the .avi bytestream, and then base64 encodes them so they can be easily inserted into a dynamic <img> tag.

Add in a short display timeout and keep overlaying images, and you have your "video", using <img> tags, like a flip book.

WORKS: [ chrome: yes ][ firefox: was yes but now not 8-( ][ safari/iOS: no ][ IE: i bet not ]


Originally created 2006 by Tracey Jaquith. minor updates to jQuery and simplifying 2013

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