Tag: photosynth

New website layout

Posted by – 2009/07/17

So I’ve finally decided to bite the bullet and install WordPress. I’ve never been much of a fan of the blog format, but over the past couple of weeks I’ve made a few interesting toys without binary demos and the e107 CMS I was using as a file store couldn’t index them. The old gallery isn’t ideal for random screenshots either. So I decided this site needed a makeover; a new layout which has permanent locations for files, a gallery and links to my SVN repositories.

So the HTTP 301 script is up and redirecting, and the new format for bitplane.net goes like this-

So, what new stuff? Well over the past couple of weeks I’ve made some loaders for Irrlicht. A TAR loader (and fixed gzip loading in Irrlicht), a Windows Icon loader and a Windows PE binary resource loader and just for fun a FIGlet font driver. Also, over the past couple of months I’ve spent a bit of time learning to sketch, and have scanned a couple of them so I can see my progress. Finally, I made a Photosynth of Glastonbury Festival, which actually captures some idea of the scale of the place.

That’s my first post out of the way. I promise not to blog unless I have something interesting to show, or less often, say.