Hello again. Welcome to Friday!
And half of May has disappeared. No good…
Here we go!
“Shadertoy is the first application to allow developers all over the globe to push pixels from code to screen using WebGL since 2009.”
Some of these are pretty amazing.
This was this week’s featured entry. Really beautiful / geeky.
“Ten years in the future, the world will be a very different place. What does that mean for us, for the design of kitchens, and the people who make them – and how will we be able to live a sustainable life at home?”
A project created in collaboration with Ikea. Some really interesting ideas in here.
“Experimenting coupling a CPU-based rigid body simulation with a GPU-based fluid simulation.”
Created by developer George Corney, aka “Haxiomic“.
Pretty amazing that that renders in a browser.
A very subtly challenging browser game. Try to stealthily murder the king, then become the king, then try to murder that king.
Harder than it sounds.
Note: ridiculous pre-roll ads. (Sorry. No escape.) But it’s worth it.
“Exploring the distribution, dimensions and dynamics of intentional homicide around the world.”
An HTML5 app that shows you everything you want to know about the rate of homicide in your country of choice.
Have a great Friday, and a fabulous (long?) weekend.