Animation (5 Articles)

Clock Clock 24 on a Raspberry Pi using Web Technologies

The original Clock Clock 24 is kinetic art by Humans since 1982. Twenty-four analog clocks form a large digital clock. Clever arrangement of the clock hands transforms the analog clocks into seven-segment displays. My girlfriend’s father stumpled upon this clock when looking for a new living room clock. At the time of writing you can buy the clock at $ 5,999.00 in the MoMA store. Thus I took the liberty and created a Clock Clock 24 homage with web technologies. My girlfriend and I then put the clock on a Raspberry Pi.

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Boost User Engagement with Animated Video Previews

If you are building a video portal, an artist’s portfolio or any other showcase of films, from smartphone footage to news coverage to sports clips, you typically look for engaging thumbnails. Though you don’t have to stop there and can boost your video previews and click-through rate by showing more than a single still image of each video. This article highlights two approaches to grab your viewers’ attention.

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Manuel Wieser

I’m an experienced front-end developer and versatile digital artist. I’m into building websites and creating content for real-time rendering, film and animation. I’m also a bearded hacker making games with my friends.

You can contact me via GitHub, Twitter or [email protected].

I’m currently working as a full-stack web developer for karriere.at, making software that helps people find the job of their dreams.