This ia a preview of a minigun animation, that I developed in MS Office. This animated model could be used in future Excel games. I created the graphics in PowerPoint while the animation is being run 100% by VBA code. Join our group to find out more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/excelunusual/
This is a model I made quite some years back to model the stability of an air compressor driven by an electric motor. The purpose was also to try to select the motor parameters, transmission ratios, energy loss in the flexible couple. I will make the Excel file available at a later date.
I am including a preview of our next series of tutorials about creating wireframe animations and games in MS Excel. This training will be about creating a simple internal combustion engine 2D model in MS Excel. Join out Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/excel…. Download the model below.
This is an introductory video about creating, scaling and animating wireframe shapes in MS Excel. The tutorial is made from the ground up starting with a blank workbook. A square is created. Scaling factors are added which can turn the square into a custom size rectangle. The tutorial demonstrate the use of VBA driven spin buttons and also VBA driven animation based on a “FOR” loop. The first half of…
This is a preview to the 3D flight simulator model previously published on this blog. [sociallocker][/sociallocker]
This is a video preview of a series of posts and models covering anaglyph stereoscopy applied in Excel. The following is a list of links internal to this blog covering the aforementioned topic: – a series of five tutorials in anaglyph stereoscopy leading to the creation of a 3D rotating cube(part#1, part#2, part#3, part#4 and part#5) associated to an Excel model. – Cosmos Naive, Anaglyph Charts Demo #1 and Anaglyph…
This is a video preview to the pong game model developed during a series of ten tutorials as linked in the brackets ( #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 and #10 ) [sociallocker][/sociallocker]
This is a video preview of the random-walk/brownian-motion animated models. This preview is relevant to three of the previous posts: the drunk man animation model, the random walk animation tutorial and the Brownian motion animation tutorial. [sociallocker][/sociallocker]