This is Moonbase GEAR (Graphics Editor & Runtime). It's a node-based animation editor built using native web technologies. You can build great things (and share them!) without writing code.
Visit http://moonbase.com/pasquale/17 if you'd like to clone this project and play.
This is a demo of me building a quick scene in real time: https://vimeo.com/55823372
We're still working hard on LOTS of things, so play nice.
over 1 year ago
Dude. So much potential for this shit.
Love this. Amazing how snappy the UI feels.
This is really cool but I'm so confused! :)
looks good, work on the first time user experience and UX
Quartz Composer on the Web :)
Oh, wow. I love this. Was wondering all the time what that nodebased system was that I saw in your posts, but this is so much fun. Can't wait to spend all night on this when I get home.
This is amazing. I can't wait to make awesome things with this.
This looks like a better/funner version of how ICE works in XSI (or other node trees in compositing apps). Nice.
Amazing work Pasquale!!! truly. I'm a formal Unreal developer and I would've killed for an implementation like this for my animation tools. A couple feature requests: An ability to duplicate nodes and a way to delete. Maybe a trash bin you can drag unwanted nodes to. Awesome job!
Oh and it would be really amazing to export your animations in snipets for the web (HTML5). Is this possible?
Amazing work, sir.
Wait. This is MAX/MSP for images? Holy FUUUUUUUUUUCK!!
@Keith Alexander thanks! We're working on all of all of those features. Got a bunch of bugs and performance things to buckle down on first. We've got plans for much more.
Currently playing with a MIDI controller to browser runtime, and Audio in-house too. Excited to roll out more in the future!
@Keith Alexander You can delete nodes by just hitting delete on your keyboard.
Really nice work. I could spend hours building stuff with this. I'll be following the evolution of Moonbase.
wow, amazing node-based-thing ^_^
loading is kinda of heavy, but I'm going to keep an eye on that project...
n00b q > the resulting animations are HTML5 Canvas?
about 1 year ago
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