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Flash Player 10 Astro Sneak Peek at MAX Chicago 2007 Keynote

Jumpcut – Flash Player 10 Astro Sneak Peek at MAX Chicago 2007 Keynote

The last part is my favorite part of course!

via Aral Balkan

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Come see my talk at the MAX conference

Image and Video Processing using Adobe Image Foundation’s Toolkit for Flash

Skill: Intermediate

Discover a new language for image and video processing (developed by Adobe Image Foundation) that will soon be available on Adobe Labs. In this session, we will demonstrate tools for writing and testing the language, explain how to write efficient algorithms, and share examples of the possibilities for development. We’ll also show how these tools were used to create some of the video processing effects shipping in Adobe After Effects CS3.

  • Wednesday, October 3, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Review: Fade resistance test –

Review: Fade resistance test – checks out several current photoprinters to see whose prints last the longest.

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great image site

by way of Music Thing

weird tank design

Come to Dark Roasted Blend for the weird music scores, but stay for the equally weird pictures of strange tanks and a lot more fun and interesting imagery. Not really a resource for imags themselves, but definitely a resource for creative inspiration. I often poke over there when I’m trying to find new ideas. Just looking at their collections of pictures recharges my batteries and gives me ideas.

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Another Flex photo-editing app

picnik test imagePicnik – “edit photos the easy way, online in your browser”

This is cute. Not insanely featured, but a nice proof of concept for Flex. Maybe ’cause I write image processing code for a living, these things are really interesting to me. This would be a great Apollo shareware app. I also like that they are in Seattle. Maybe the local startup market is improving.

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typography links

courtesy of John Nack

Type is a critical part of digital media, and it is important for motion designers to have an understanding, here’s some links to check out:

The Type For You Blog
15 tips to choose a good text type
Pinups done with type

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We Make Money Not Art’s gallery of constructivist photomontage

Like John Nack, I am super into constructivist-era photomontage. I was super excited to find out that We Make Money Not Art had a gallery up on Flickr!
Flickr: we-make-money-not-art’s photos tagged with sovietmontage

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