— FlexMonkey (@FlexMonkey)March 10, 2014
i can’t express the amount of awesome i feel when i see how many bugs the #apacheflex team fixes in every release— Alessandro Bianco (@alebianco)March 10, 2014
Adobe AIR app for iOS with usage of OpenCV HaarCascad for frontal face detection.
Shake and shout with the amazing Golshaker! Support your national team by shaking your phone, and activate the Brazilian commentator shouting goooooool. He won’t stop as long as you continue shaking, this way you collect points for your ‘Golshaker country ranking’ at the same time.
Golshaker can easily be personalized with your own photo, and tuned with a crazy classic football wig, through an in-app purchase. It offers look-a-like hairdos such as the ones of Becks, der Afro, El Salvador, or El Diez. The share button allows users to let their ‘new look’ go viral at social media.
Infinivader. 50kb (That’s right, fifty kilobytes) tiny game utilizing Stage3D & Flash Player 11.
“There are 4294967296 levels, since Flash doesn’t know more numbers. Everything is procedurally generated, from enemy graphics (rather uncountable number of those) through their formations (at least several thousands of unique formations) up to the powerups (there are 32 of these). And it’s all packed in 50 kilobytes (It would fit on a Commodore 64)”.
Another Stage3D music visualisation experiment from Simo Santavirta.
Adobe Air Native Extension written in ActionScript 3 and C++ for displaying adaptive and interactive toast notifications in Windows 8, Windows 10 and UserNotificiations on OSX 10.12.1. Sample client included.