The Bunny (Video) Explodes. Explodes!

UPDATE: I intended to post the source for this a long while ago (after cleaning it up), but I never got around to it. Here it is in it’s current state.

I wanted to see how far I could push that exploding Actionscript 3.0 code – see if Flash could handle updating each animating pixel every frame, while playing a video, then blurring it. Sure enough, it can! It did take further optimization from the version I posted the other day – including swapping copyPixels with getPixel/setPixel, and removing an anonymous function call (wow that was expensive!). Here it is:

Note: This WILL run like slush on the debug player. I don’t know why. If anyone knows why, please let me know!

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Kevin Newman

I'm the lead developer at adcSTUDIO located in Kingston NY (in Livingston Manor NY before that). I do all kinds of things there, from robust server side work to the much more enjoyable client side development in HTML/JavaScript/Flash (RIAs, HTML5, etc.) and all the other tech-buzz-phrases of the moment. My brother came up with the idea for which was originally meant be a place to discuss and blog about whatever topics we both found interesting, from politics to technology, to art and design. Time was scarce, and I need a place to host History Keeper, and unFocus Projects - a sub focus of was born, and eventually migrated to the font page. Oh, and I'm on Twitter (@Touvan) and Google+.

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