I had a lot of fun building this project alongside a great team of talented people over at Figment, special thanks to Antonio González, Alberto Montoya, Jorge Nolasco and Ismael Baltazar. We created a set of 8 augmented reality experiences that could be enjoyed, and interacted with, by scanning the works of art from several Mexican artists and influencers.
Instructions: You can move the robotic arm around using the sliders and the “Spit Fire” button but it’s easier if you use these keyboard combos: To rotate the whole model around the base use the Left and Right keys To move the 3 arm joints and the jaws use (A,S,D,F) + (Up or Down) To open and close the jaws use …
Made with the original set of characters, all 54 shapes made in Photoshop Phantom effect provided by Sparticle, to see it move the model around Characters arranged and shuffled using Lua Composed of 2 sprite sheets and 10K particles
Even Mario can’t have enough bitcoins. Mostly modeled in 3ds Max Textured with the original color pallet Animated using Sparticle and sprite sheets. The question box, the bitcoin and the number 200 were made using Lua
The phases of the Moon depend on its position in relation to the Sun and Earth. As the Moon makes its way around the Earth, we see the bright parts of the Moon’s surface at different angles. Clean design made in Photoshop Animated using Sparticle and Lua It loops seamlessly
Doge goes to the moon in his spaceship. This is the first complete scene I made with Sparticle after learning from the tutorials and free examples. It is based on Nyan Cat, made by gonchar.