Me graduating college in 1990 Hello, I'm Photon of Scoopex. I've been a member of Scoopex Sweden since 1991 coming from Phenomena, but took a break from the demoscene between 1992 and 2005. So far, I've only made Amiga demos in assembler, since I believe the limits of the A500 1MB platform is the perfect challenge for any coder.  To find out what else I'm about, see my About Me blog post.

My first demos combing back were Blitter Sweet and Xmas Demo, both made in the xmas break 2006 and 2005. I'm webdeving now and have a fulltime job, but hope to find time to assemble my old Stunner sources and make a nice trackmo.

Right now, the focus is on organizing Scoopex and coding new releases.  

I'm born in 1971, weigh 80kg, and sometimes go teary-eyed dreaming of demos. I try to make as much time for some good introvert lock-me-in-a-closet coding Amiga as I can, but usually spend way too much time online. "I'm workin' on it." :P I hate forced activities and love doing stuff together (tm) as well as talking crap with friends.


Micro Studio by Photon on 2008-12-21.

I did a temporary (instrumental) micro studio setup when I bought proper studio monitors.

I bought a pair of decent studio monitors for checking my mixes. Since I haven't moved yet, I decided to hook up the basic stuff and get drivers working for everything.

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A600 Portable - The Joytech 8" screenby Photon on 2008-10-21.

Not enjoying the prospect of having to buy gunk to erode the permanent cooling paste to find out how to hack my 13.3" Hong Kong screen, I bought a Joytech 8" for PS2.

The Joytech 8" LCD Digital Monitor for Playstation 2 was shipped with a silly manual, a remote, a car 12V adapter, and a very stylish looking bag for it all, which I will probably use for travel. :P

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