Designing 4-bit Webther: A Retrospective

This is basically my attempt at rationalising why 4-bit Webther looks and works the way it does - I have no experience with web or UI design, so this is pretty much just for fun (and highly subjective – "this looks terrible; kill it with fire" is an entirely valid response.)

Published 24 May 2012. A 6 minute read.

4-bit Webther

4-bit Weather was something I started last semester break for fun - it was a simple .NET application that took in a Yahoo! WOEID and spat out four indicators of the weather conditions at that location: hot/cold, rainy/sunny, windy/still, and humid/arid.

Published 15 May 2012. A 2 minute read.

Going Live. Ish.

The latest, mostly-working version of ISAAC from the development branch on Github can now be found here. This should let you play with the stuff we're working on right now.

Published 12 May 2012. A 1 minute read.

ISAAC Release 2: Preview

A quick video showing some of the things coming out in ISAAC Release 2: camera transitions, object labels, and Velocity/Acceleration lines.

Published 11 May 2012. A 1 minute read.

Introducing ISAAC

Four months ago, the very first commit to ISAAC's repository was made. None of the code from that commit has made it into the application we're launching today.

Published 19 April 2012. A 6 minute read.