Deploying PyQt5 to iPhone simulator

By |2017-02-05T06:00:17-09:00February 5th, 2017|Programming|

pyqtdeploy is a fantastic build tool for PyQt apps. It crams all the code and libs needed to run the app into a single binary, securing the source and simplifying compatibility and deployment. Thank you, Phil. Unsurprisingly, pyqtdeploy requires that you build static libs of python, sip, qt, pyqt, and qscintilla, and it helps you build [...]

Toward a Theory of Natural Design

By |2017-01-29T09:45:06-09:00January 29th, 2017|Programming, Theory|

All this after a night of getting up to speed on the best frameworks for build a cross-platform (mac/win/ios/android) graphics-heavy app... In my other life I am a researcher of psychology, or rather of natural systems which happen to include the human mind. I am currently working through my dissertation which will involve looking at [...]

What makes a toolkit great

By |2017-01-07T04:10:27-09:00January 24th, 2015|Programming|

You know what makes a toolkit great? When it does what it's supposed to. It seems like I have to learn a major toolkit for every job I get. For example, for the General Electric work I learned three.js, Unity3D, Adobe Script (for After Effects & Photoshop), among others. When you just hit the road coding and [...]

How I perform Live Looping with FCB1010, Push, Violin, Bass

By |2014-07-12T06:50:00-09:00July 12th, 2014|Uncategorized|

UPDATE: I have created an additional Max For Live device that makes this whole setup quite a bit easier to use by customizing push's grid and eliminating the laptop from the performance. I'll add another post with an easy to digest video once I get it totally refined.This post is the culmination of a few [...]