13 Jun Randleaf goes with the flow.
Category: Unfiled

I really, really can’t stay behind if even the Finder decides to use Coverflow. So I decided to add a coverflow interface to a project; Randleaf, the OpenGL abstract graphics generator has been command-line for a while, so I am working on getting it a bit fancy enough for public demo’ing. This really clicks into the great announcement I will be making today, so stay tuned.

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3 Responses

  1. 1

    Beauty. :) Did you use something pre-made or did you code it all from scratch? Either way: how, where?

  2. 2

    …and when? :D

    It looks really nice, i hope it will be available for Windows. Using it for image viewing or album art would be great.

  3. i just stumbled across this and looked back at your previous posts … and you started making this awesome app because you were BORED. wow, simply amazing. OpenGL huh? i watch the Ghost in the Shell anime often but i didn’t watch the second movie yet. i understand the concept you were talking about though.


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