The Making of the Mill Touch [Cinder]

Last week The Mill unrevealed their rear projected, 5’x 3’ interactive touch screen which is an interactive visualization of their portfolio (spanning 20 years) developed in Cinder. What makes this screen unique is extensive effort behind design and software development by the NY Digital team comprising Andrew Bell and an incredible group designers, flash developers and digital artists. For those that may be unaware, Andrew Bell is the main person behind Cinder, powerful, intuitive toolbox for creative programming, previously an in-house tool at the Barbarian Group where Andrew worked, now open sourced and developed by Andrew as part of the Mill's R+D. We got a chance to to ask Andrew about the project including some making-of details and  features we will see in future releases of Cinder, including the forthcoming Cinder Timeline API - tweening library.

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