Here are some of the 3D models I have made, mostly in HeeksCAD as its quick and easy, for the camera track, ladder foot & lens cap I used FreeCAD for its extra features. You can rotate and zoom the models in the 3D view below.
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This is a design I made of a negative holder for analogue camera film, I use it with my digital camera to scan negatives. You can see an example of how I use the negative holder here
This is a design I made for a compact asthma inhaler body. It should be adjusted since it doesn’t allow the canister to fit inside the body. Also the nozzle didn’t really work as the 3D printing wasn’t capable of such small holes. It probably needs a microdrill to finish.
This is some code for building a jquery ui horizontal menu. It is based on code by https://codepen.io/seungjaeryanlee/ and modified for icon support and to create a menu automatically from a JSON schema. It’s pretty useful for HTML5 app development.
This is how the menu would look be structured if just coded in html
This website contains the free online HTML5 puzzle games: MegaTangram (a tangram game), hexpac (a hexominos packing game), Enigmatic puzzle, befuddled and PegSolitare. They work great with any modern browser, However they are sometimes being worked on so may have temporary glitches or present new features from time to time.
The website is currently being migrated from a CMSMS website, the two CMS systems are quite different, I’m still working on implementing the functionality and some things may not work correctly.
Security of ejectamenta website using SSL and https
Now main user login, user home page and puzzle pages are secured by SSL/https system. Not all pages are using https however, so check when using the quick login fields by the menu bar if you want to be extra secure. Using https is needed for facebook apps so hopefully the puzzles will soon be available on Facebook as well.
New app that simulates an online drumkit: includes different drum loudness/sound types (ie bell sounds, open hihat), quality drumkit sampling and recording rhythms as a musical score.
The RhythmSticks app is a simulation of a 5 piece drum kit using quality sampled drum sounds. The sounds have 6 zones of loudness which are increased by hitting the drum near the center (or at the edge for the cymbals). The hihat has partially and fully open sounds and a foot splash or tap, The 24 inch ride cymbal has additional bell sounds. Cymbals are hihat, 18 & 16 inch crashes, 18 & 24 inch rides, 6 inch splash and a 22 inch china.
Click the metronome and time is started now when you play the drums the score reflects the drums hit and the rhythm played is recorded. To play your recorded score click again on the metronome, you can even add extra beats as it is is being replayed.
The mouse may not be the best device to play the drums with and by entering the menu (top left button) the keyboard keys can be mapped to the drums
The WebAudio API used for this app is pretty new technology so you will need a recent browser for the app to work, on a tablet you will probably need a recent model and the latest browser (ie. chrome beta).
I have made an online printable calendar web application. You can upload a different photo for each month and add custom events like birthdays to the months. The calendar you create from your images can be downloaded as a pdf file for home printing. It can also be installed from the Google Chrome store.
The calendar shows country specific holiday dates and is available (and translated) for the following countries:
United Nations Organisation |
* There maybe some errors in the translation – these are due to inconsistencies in the locale packages of PHP frameworks used.