Tags: Threejs

Meet SimPixel

I have someone I’d like you to meet. SimPixel, meet everyone. Everyone, SimPixel. # SimPixel, introduce yourself SimPixel is a WebGL visualizer for LED displays, very much like the ones Adam and Dan build over at Maniacal Labs. #mlabs { height: 50vh !important; } @media sc…
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Fireflies is a WebGL demo in which a friendly flock of fireflies forms shapes for your entertainment. Here are some live demo links, and a video. Watch the original Watch the geekSPARK edition Thanks to Loren Schmidt for agreeing to let me use the awesome pixel-per…
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Play now! Tracer is a 3D connect-the-dots game that Jared and I created for Ludum Dare 37. Play now! We were very happy with the ratings Tracer received. In the Innovation category, we placed 5th out of 1,489 games. A more detailed blog post is available at the Scripta Games …
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Kimotion at geekSPARK 2016

Just a few short days months ago, Kimotion was on display at SPARKcon. SPARKcon is a large art festival in Raleigh, and we occupy a small slice of it called geekSPARK. # Kimotion Levels Up Last year’s tech had a rudimentary and finicky hand tracking system. It was workable, but …
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Zorbio is a free multiplayer eat-em-up game that you can play in your browser! Zorbio is brought to you by my good friend Jared Sprague and I, via our small game development company, Scripta, Inc. Follow Zorbio development on the Scripta blog, or on Facebook. Play now!
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Glow Rope

uniform float TIMER_MAX; attribute float alive; attribute float size; attribute vec3 endPosition; attribute float timer; varying float vAlive; varying vec3 vEndPosition; varying float vTimer; varying float vProgress; void main() { …
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Visualizing Network Traffic with WebGL

“Finally,” I thought, “an excuse to play with WebGL at work!” This year, I had the good fortune of contributing to a keynote presentation at Red Hat Summit. During the keynote, an audience of 5,000 played a mobile web game created by our team. The game was backed by several micro…
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Kimotion is a framework for building reactive art displays. Creating an interactive art exhibit with Kimotion is easy. Draw your ideas in either 2D or 3D. Kimotion will provide information about the scene, which you can use to influence your display. Learn more at kimotion.xyz, o…
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Make a Kimotion!

A year ago, I had the joy of working on Digital Motion, an interactive art exhibit for Raleigh’s annual art festival, SPARKcon. The month leading up to SPARKcon 2014 was a mad dash of perfecting the graphics and physics equations of my DiMo: Particles display. After a wonderful w…
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DiMo: The Deconstruction of Falling Stars

Imagine a solitary blue dot. Unless you let your imagination run away with itself, this is going to be a pretty boring dot. Now, imagine a second, larger dot (you can pick the color). Red, nice choice! The scene is now slightly more interesting, since now you’ve got two dots to…
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Particles and π - DiMo Comes to Life

A player walks up Fayetteville St in Raleigh, North Carolina. SPARKcon has begun, and dozens of artists are strewn along the street, hard at work creating elaborate chalk art on the asphalt. A light rain is falling, and some artists are holding umbrellas over their work, some hav…
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