Archive for March, 2008

Apex a48 is live

March 13, 2008

The first update in a long time. This includes the planes UI I screencasted a few days ago, and plenty of other new bits in the UI and under the hood. The conversion away from DITL resources over to Interface builder nibs is complete. I’ll be screencasting more in the next few days.

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Screencast demo of the new planes feature

March 12, 2008

Here’s a screencast I did showing the new UI for manipulating and exploring planes. There’s a high resolution version on Viddler, which really works great in full screen mode. When embedded in another page, like this YouTube link, its hard to see what’s on the screen.

I’ll be releasing a new version of Apex with this feature in it soon.

An Introduction to Using Apex

March 9, 2008

Here’s a step-by-step intro to some first steps with Apex. I’ll be trying to add content to this document as I am able.

UsingApex.pdf

Moved the Blog to WordPress

March 9, 2008

This blog previously lived here:

http://homepage.mac.com/olof/tomographic/

Where the links should still be active. I’m trying to move the old content over here to WordPress.

A Movie Example

March 9, 2008

Here’s a movie I made to show off some of the 3D graphics of Apex. The rotation sequence is produced from a script — the other bits are screengrabs from Apex with different atoms visible in the display.

Its all thrown together with iMovie with a voiceover I recorded late one night, so I sound a little sleepy.