Sunday, September 04, 2011

Mozilla Demopart - The Self Explanatory Demo

The Self-Explanatory Demo
With the help of Chris Mylrae (music) I put together a last minute entry to the Mozilla Demoparty demo competition. You can see our entry The Self Explanatory Demo. It derives and explains a number of oldschool demoscene effects, including the XOR bitplasma, sin/cos plasma, ripples, inteference, and tunnel effect. It also shows the origin of equations for radius of a circle, sine and cosine, tan and arctan, and 3d projection. In essence, it is an animated version of the demo effect explanations on this blog.

Overall, the demo placed in third place in the html5 WebGL demo competition. The winning single-effect entry WebGL water is well worth a look.

To put together my entry in the two days I had I used, three.js.
There is now a new tutorial site for three.js, it is definitely worth taking a look at.

Finally, I'll leave you with an amazing 64k production, 'uncovering static' by Fairlight and Alcatraz.

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