UIToolKit was a set of lite UI components for Unity. It helps you to design your interface directly in the editor by simply dropping components on your scene, add some easy scripts to interact with them and customize them with your own styles and images.
Take a look to this small shader to simulate water waves. It is built with OpenGL C++ and GLSL and running entirely on GPU. I used some perlin noise algorithms from Ian McEwan. As it is a GLSL shader, it can run everywhere, in a native context, Unity, WebGL, …
I received a lot of interesting messages from very interested people but as Unity is now exporting Flash Stage3D content, I had to stop development on my own 3D software, WorldBuilder.
I can just recommend to all to turn to Unity to build real-time 3D stuff.
It’s 2 o’clock in the morning and I just finished a cool Cinder application.
After testing a C++ library using Microsoft Kinect SDK for some days, I got difficulties to match a Kinect skeleton on the camera image. But now, I think it’s quiet good and I made a tool to calibrate the device in every type of room. So…I built a simple particle emitter following the left hand of the kinect skeleton and put some gravity on it, with floor level.
I’ve almost finished the WorldBuilder migration under AIR 188.8.131.528.
For now, when you save your WorldBuilder project, the application export the project under an AS3 Project structure, which you can open with Flash Builder or FlashDevelop.