Software available for download
I sometimes like doing some programming, and those are the results! Most of these are 2-3 day projects, while others involved weeks or months of work.
Play Pong by tilting your computer! Play alone or with a friend over a local network.
LiquidMac mimics the behavior of liquid by creating a particle system that reacts to the computer's orientation.
A minimal and unintrusive Twitter client for Mac OS X.
This screenSaver takes pictures at the defined interval. As new pictures are taken, a time lapse animation is slowly built.
Kaleidoscope takes live video from the camera, and it creates a virtual kaleidoscope with it.
A tribute to Tunnel, a hp48 calculator game. Fly a spaceship by tilting your laptop.
Thousands of bugs crawl around your screen to recreate what your iSight sees.
Fish is an aquarium simulator. It allows you to add fish to an underwater environment and customize them.
This little app let's you show your current desktop to anybody. But it does it through elegant Cocoa.
Shows the time using useless CoreAnimation effects. Requires Leopard to work!
Little eyes sit on the menu bar and follow your movements. Requires camera equipped mac.
Boog is a small toy where you can play with some parameters to control a bunch of bug's behavior.
See at a glance how full/empty your disks are.
Anèmona is a particle-based screensaver. It suggests the movement of a Sea Anemone.
See particles react to each other creating interesting visual patterns.
These programs were made quite long ago now, and might look a bit dated and/or might not be so useful anymore.
Old java experiment that consists of Central IM server and a client.
Pels lets you add hair to any surface or sub-surface in 3D Studio Max 3.
FlickrGet is a small application built to make the process of getting images from a user's Flickr Set easy.
Wipeout Clone video game programming exercise. Beware, this thing runs under windows!
This little Mac OS X only application let's you show your current desktop to anybody.
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