This is the blog of Max Froumentin, in which he likes to show off his interest in web technology, graphics, maths and programming. More available on his website.
Category Archives: software
Historique is a new web application to make interactive narrative charts. It lets you create events with dates, people with pictures and displays everything on various timelines. Click on the screenshot to see a narrative chart of Raiders of the … Continue reading
Summary RSS feeds are sometimes too linear: you can’t quickly find the important news so you have to check every item. But Digg and other sites add an importance score to its feeds, allowing a more interesting way to read … Continue reading
Update: SVG export now available A new version of textorizer is available: textorizer1_2. Because it’s now a downloadable application (for linux, windows, and osx) it offers unprecedented functionality: a complete user interface for tweaking almost all possible parameters, the ability … Continue reading
Another graphics hack which generates an abstract picture from another, inspired by Roger Excoffon‘s work. See example below and more here. Play with it online on this site, or download the php code and run it on your machine. [tags]svg, … Continue reading
A web version of textorizer 2 is now available. No more compiling C code (and no more people asking me to do it for them, hopefully). Just fill out the form, press the button and voilà. And now that most … Continue reading