A more recent recording I did of a group of choirs singing the Jenkin’s song, “Adiemus”. The words actually have no meaning, but it’s the music that counts. The choirs originally sang along to a solo acoustic piano, and the orchestration and all percussion was scored and added afterward.
The Flash Ray Engine is a new and groundbreaking engine designed to coincide with the release of the Flash 8 player from Macromedia. The engine makes use of advanced light ray techniques to render 3D scenes with support for full textures, at high speed thanks to the new bitmap architecture of Flash 8.
One of the most influential games on the PC of the last 25 years was undoubtedly Castle Wolfenstein. So, when Flash 8 came out with the ability to create high speed bitmap graphics, I just had to put myself to the challenge, and make it playable online! Click here to play it!
The engine is available to be licensed, and can be customized in a variety of ways. Click this link to see full details.
This is an old favorite of mine, and so I simply couldn’t resist putting it in. Click here to play it! It may seem a little old, or “retro”, but remember that’s the point. To accurately represent the original game.
For MTV, this was for the Viewer’s Choice Award for the MTV Video Music Awards. It essentially involved firing the “Moonman” statues out of a cannon in 3D, at the group, singer, rapper, etc., that you wanted to vote for. This game was used to gather all the votes for the 2005 VMAs in Miami, hosted by Sean “Diddy” Combs.
The ultimate winner, after all the “votes” were tallied, was Green Day, for their song American Idiot.
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