where did libgtkglext1-ruby go in ubuntu 11.10?

December 28, 2011

I was hoping someone could offer some hints.

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ScreenRuler and Studly translators – French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Czech, Serbian needed

November 28, 2011


The French and Spanish translations are almost done and need a little push.

ScreenRuler (in Debian and Ubuntu repositories)

The French, Serbian are Czech are well underway and could use a little more love.

Thanks for helping out!

Fun with Luz Motion Graphics + Chipmunk 2D Physics

November 1, 2011

Luz is a live motion graphics editor and performer for the Linux desktop. With the addition of Chipmunk 2D Physics, it is a game development studio.

Multiple physics simulations running with different gravity settings.

In a fully vector world, zooming in shows more detail.

More examples of what you can make with Luz Studio.

ScreenRuler is now translatable in Launchpad.net

August 12, 2011

If you’d like to contribute translations, check out:

This is my first translatable app so please also let me know if I did anything wrong!


Luz Studio – Live Code Editing and Reloading demo

July 26, 2011

Luz is a live motion graphics editor and performer.

Being able to reload the source code of an app without restarting it speeds up development immensely!

The video below is a short snippet of actual development of Luz Studio, where I’m finalizing the support for the DiscoverDJ device that was plunked down on my desk by a co-conspirator.

Luz project page.

Luz with Chipmunk 2D Physics Integration

July 4, 2011

View in HD and with Captions.

Luz tutorials.
Luz project page.

Luz Project Page gets Simple Install Instructions

March 11, 2011

The Luz Project Page now has simple install instructions; just a single copy and paste into a terminal on any Ubuntu desktop!

Please leave a comment with any feedback on the process.

While you’re waiting, you may like these Luz Tutorials.

And, coming soon…

Driving visuals and DMX lighting from live 3D body motion, including ridiculously easy Johnny Lee style head-tracking using just a Kinect.

If you like where this is going, please consider leaving a tip.  It all goes directly to development of “killer app” open-source software for the linux desktop!