HTML Canvas Experiment: Circles

#1

http://imbusy.org/project[/SIZE]

It’s a little experiment I did with HTML canvas. Hopefully I’ll come up with some game mechanic using this in the future.

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#2

Great work. I had this song playing in the background as I played around with it. What an epic experience that was.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xDVg9dTb4A

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#3

Some cool shit this is.

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#4

So here’s my HTML5 experiment.

It’s a work in progress, involves several forms beforehand, and still needs a lot of CSS styling and some way of viewing lists of creations other people have made.

http://ablanknotebook.com/imgzoom/

If you don’t feel like going through it all, here’s the basic sort of result:
http://ablanknotebook.com/imgzoom/slowzoom.php?id=4

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#5

That’s awesome!

And Katana I like the idea you’ve got going there.

Here’s one of my HTML5 projects.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4243608/steampunkslotmachine/index.html

Still very much a W.I.P but it’s getting there… (Slowly)

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#6

That’s cool! It would be nice if it somehow covered the whole window, not just the left side of the screen.

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#7

Thanks :slight_smile:

Yeah it’s suppose to be embedded on a website eventually that’s why it’s only 700x700 pixels.

I did write a small ping pong game once that filled the whole window.

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#8

Shows a blank page for me (Firefox 14). :frowning:

Maybe an HTML5 successor to Portal: the Flash version, using this particle system tech for the gels :slight_smile: ?

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#9

This thread is now about peoples’ HTML experiments.

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#10

you have to let it load for a while

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#11

Thanks for the hint! Now that I have a decent connection again, I can try it.

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#12

GJ, coding is cool

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