If you follow OpenEmu on Twitter, the biggest question of all is 'WHEN !!!!?'. As it is an open source project being produced by a group of guys in our spare time, publicly talking about when we will release is suicide.
However, the fact I am putting this kind of material together might indicate that things are closer than ever?
Check out the attachment too. Full image of the Overview page as well as the video I did. I threw stuff into After Effects to describe the movement and how each section interacts and moves as you scroll through. (its a little dark but, you get the idea)
8 months ago
WHEN?! I've been following this project for what feels like AGES!
Yeah, too long... solving that ;)
The video is fabulous. You've done a wonderful job on this project. So, so good!
Can't wait for the full opening, great project
I love the software, and the website looks amazing ! Awesome job !
This looks absolutely amazing, holy shit man. Great work :)
Amazing work dude!
@Courtny Cotten You can actually use it! You have just to compile the code with Xcode, on Github for more informations, I use it from more than an year, connected with an apple tv on a big screen is just... WOW.
Love the controller animation.
@Pietro Schirano Oh I know, been doing that here. It will be nice when I can share a much less involved process of installing and running it with family/friends. Quick, easy distribution/install is important to lower the barrier of entry.
Header reminds me a lot like James White's Far Cry Blood Dragon artwork.
That header makes me feel like traversing a neon-covered urbanscape.
I really like what I'm seeing. Except for the old style window controls in all the screenshots. I'd swap them out for the new smaller Mountain Lion ones. Otherwise it gives the impression that the app wasn't built for modern Operating Systems :)
@Matthew Skiles Yeah, when it goes live I'll be swapping stuff like that around :)
@David McLeod - Well in that case. It will be prefect :)
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