7 Brand New Impressive Javascript Experiments

Written by Kevin Liew on 08 Nov 2010
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Alright, after a while, we have got new chrome experiments to showcase again! Always look forward for this post to show you what have been happening in the HTML 5 and javascript development. Unfortunately, it runs well in chrome, maybe sometimes in firefox but not in Internet explorer most of the time. Anyway, make sure you check out each of the experiment here, pretty sure they will blow you away!

  • Sketchy structure
    Sketchy structure
    Draw whimsical scenes remenescent of complex structures.
  • Extruder
    This experiment is a reinterpretation of the Joy Division album cover "Unknown Pleasures" in an animated line-landscape visualizer.
  • Voxels
    Started as a three.js interactivity example but I guess I got a bit over excited :)
  • Tito
    A musical instrument that uses a bouncing ball gravity model to trigger and manipulate audio samples.
  • Banana field
    Banana field
    This is a 2D arcade-style game in which you drive a car around and try to collect bananas for points while avoiding purple people eaters (randomly moving purple dots).
  • Rumpetroll
    You're a little tadpole in the world wide pond where you can interact with other swimmers...
  • Pixelatr
    A massively multi-user collaborative pixel art page. Lets any number of users edit the same large grid of pixels in real time.
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neo 7 years ago
Very informative
anehra63 7 years ago
Good post bro really nice
anehra63 7 years ago
Good post bro i want more of these
PK 7 years ago
Like these a lot. And they work fine on the IE9 beta.
James 7 years ago
It is without surprise that Internet Explorer 8 couldn't play any of those JS animations. MS said then IExplorer 9 will be faster than the other browsers, they must begin by getting it works at least! :)
mtcoder 7 years ago
Call me the black sheep, but really? Impressive? ok yes the fact they use html5, javascript, and css3 to pull these off are impressive. the fact my TI-80 calculator from 15 years ago had similar games, graphics, and abilities, seems to make these sites / experiments less exciting. I am all for the "new" web but not if all it does is take hundreds of thousands lines of code to create something 90 lines of C++ can do, but oh wait its in the browser.
GWAdmin 7 years ago
It works on IE9 Beta quite well.
Naruki 7 years ago
OPERA works on most of them. I realize a lot of people seem to forget that for some reason, which is odd since it generally introduces the features that get copied to the other browsers.

Hopefully Opera will catch up on the latest HTML5 stuff and be back on top soon (incredibly, it only has to beat out IE9 right now).
thejus 7 years ago
Impressive..expecting more of these..
Boba 7 years ago
Haha, the sperms experiment is awesome, but couldn't find the uterus :)
Walter Apai 7 years ago
Excellent Article given by you, thanks a lot. Keep posting more.
smme 7 years ago
This one is cool too. HTML5 canvas webapp displaying delicious recent feeds. @cloudzproject first experiment
webtrendset 7 years ago
amazing thanks