A “Flowers Among the Flowers” Wigglegram at Kyoto’s Haradanien Garden
Animatable Wigglegram (12 frames) — slowly sweep mouse from side to side to view 3D effect
設置動畫 - 慢慢用滑鼠的游標從一邊滑到另一邊查看效果。

Here's a wigglegram from the same outing that produced Photoshoot at the Peak of the Haradanien Garden’s Awesomeness.

I think it's nicer than my first Haradanien wigglegram, for a variety of reasons.

However, when I showed this to a friend, he said that he felt that the foliage in the foreground was a bit distracting. My reaction was there's foliage? :-)

Joanne (at left) had to leave Kyoto that day, but Ting Ting (at right) joined my friends for a photoshoot the next day (which I couldn't participate in because I was making tofu). But I could join in the day after that, which lead to Photoshoot with Ting Ting at the Murin’an Gardens.

I've never done much to make my blog design more appealing for handheld devices like phones and tablets, but I'm taking a small step by trying out some new wigglegram code. On devices that support it, it should wiggle as you tip the device side to side. For reasons I haven't figured out, it's still much smoother to swipe from side to side with a finger on a touchscreen, but at lest it's a step.

All 2 comments so far, oldest first...

Love your wigglegrams, Jeffrey! Really like how this one turned out.

— comment by Aaron on April 19th, 2015 at 6:57pm JST (9 years, 3 months ago) comment permalink

The accelerator based wiggle is fun but I think it can be improved by adding inertia, like a smooth-in-smooth-out function.

I’m not sure I understand… the physical mass of the phone provides actual inertia, no? —Jeffrey

— comment by Wout Mertens on April 20th, 2015 at 5:48pm JST (9 years, 3 months ago) comment permalink
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