Posts Tagged "html5"

Make No Wonder

Let me warn you now: I lost a lot of time exploring around here. At first, I wasn’t sure what to do… but as I slowly began to combine components, I realized I could combine things in interesting ways to create new tools. You can take a look at the screenshots page if you want some ideas about what can be done… but try using that as a last resort.

Read More...

Conductor: Musical New York Subway Map

Conductor is a brilliant audio visualization of the New York Subway system, created by Alexander Chen. Using data from the MTA’s public API, the piece displays train routes based on the official schedule of stops and departure times. Each line segment also turns into a musical note that triggers, if one line crosses over it (and will also sound a…

Read More...

Z-Type: HTML5 Typing Game

Not the best screenshot in the world, but a quick glimpse at what Z-Type looks like. It’s an HTML5-based typing game that is incredibly satisfying (particularly if you enjoy typing). There’s this deep thump that almost comes through the keyboard with each keystroke. Oddly gratifying.

Read More...