Hype Universe News January 2020
We’re back with inspirational animations, a celebration of the 25 year lifespan of Flash, and new tutorials and tools for you to get the most out of Tumult Hype.
HTML5 generation gives eulogy to Flash
Let’s start 2020 with a flashback: We just posted a celebration and history of Flash’s 25 amazing years on our blog where we start in 1996 with the launch of a vector animation tool called FutureSplash. It’s hard to believe Flash will become abandonware at the end of the year.
Animations We Love
We’re happy to share an animated comic/Apple iBook built in Hype called ‘Masters of the Sun‘. The comic was produced by the Black Eyed Peas and voiced by Stan Lee, Queen Latifah, Snoop Dogg & many more. Kelly Gabrysch shared the project with us and handled the conversion of static layouts into dynamic animated pages. The pages are synced up to voice overs and a stunning soundtrack by Hans Zimmer.
Tutorials and Tips
Tumult Hype works great with the new Sidecar feature in Mac OS Catalina. Grab your iPad and Apple Pencil and watch our new tutorial.
Hans-Gerd Claßen shared an incredible demo of a drag & drop system. To use his demo, you only need to add classes in Hype’s interface to elements. He also recently released a fun game called ‘Rubik’s Mad Scramble’.
Friend and master of all things Hype @Photics, who built a pretty sweet Mac Dashboard Replacement called Widgets, is working on a print book for Tumult Hype 4. Follow this post to be notified when it’s available.
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