My Own Stuff / Personal / Pictures July 1, 2010 @ 21:18

Groetjes From Amsterdam, Some Pictures

Finally got myself a nice Nikon D5000 DSLR camera. Here are some pictures I took around the city to try it out.

Sturdy black bikes, very common here
Ohh :)
It probably still works


Development / My Own Stuff May 10, 2010 @ 21:28

Random Sentences

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Still work in progress, max number of words is 5.

My Own Stuff May 6, 2010 @ 21:30

Showreel 2007

Here’s my three year old showreel. Now that I see it again, it looks sort of dated, but some shots in there are okayish and the music is good.

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Music Credits:

  • Super Smash Bros. Melee – intro
  • Splinter Cell OST / Amon Tobin
  • Hooligan Spirit / Hybrid
  • Spirited Away OST / Joe Hisaishi


  • Crashing spaceship modelled by R. Terhaag
  • Humanoid robot “shooting spaceships” model (partially) by someone on TurboSquid
  • Guy shooting himself with a fly is Cedric Debled
  • Girl walking away at the end is my lovely girlfriend, Nina

Development / My Own Stuff May 5, 2010 @ 12:09

Box2DFlashAS3 Without “b2” Prefixes

Just refactored the Box2DFlashAS3 physics engine version 2.1a, removing the b2 prefixes to improve readability.
Of course in C++ (the original language in which Erin Catto wrote Box2D) it is probably practical to have unique class names, but since in AS3 we have a classpath, there really is no need to make class names more cryptical.

Get it here: Box2DFlashAS3 2.1a_refactored

Note that I just copied the package and only changed most of the class names, this means that the provided examples do not compile, you can still use them as a reference though.

My Own Stuff / Personal March 6, 2010 @ 16:28

New, stylish transportation!

Oranje duiveltje

Our new city-transport: Orange,  50cc, 4-stroke, 4-valve, 100kg, 60kph on wheels with white-wall tires zig-zag ‘hey let me through’ zoom goodness!

It looks kinda classic, but the engine’s regulated by a small computer and I don’t ever have to mix in oil with my fuel like the old ones. Just pour in regular gasoline at the gas station and off we go.

Did you know Vespa’s have their wheels attached on one side? It’s something they inherit from Piaggio’s original occupation: building airplanes.
This bike has a light engine, but in urban areas it feels agile and quick, like riding an oversized wasp, hence the name!

My Own Stuff / Personal March 6, 2010 @ 10:25


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