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The Animator Andrew Hoyer A little more detail: What makes this simulation special is the speed at which everything is computed. Javascript (the language this is written in) is not exactly the most efficient language for this type of computation. This being said, much time was spent squeezing out every little detail that slows things down. The most computationally expensive part is trying to satisfy the constraints. To do this requires the calculation of distance between two points. "Boring!" No. Maybe a little more detail: Another pretty neat thing about this simulation is how all the constraints are satisfied. As it turns out there is a really simple solution to this problem. Knowledge is power: If you're interested here are some links: Advanced Character Physics This article (or paper...) is my inspiration for doing this simulation.

SUPERSCROLLORAMA SuperScrollorama is powered by TweenMax and the Greensock Tweening Engine. Go to greensock.com for documentation on how to use it. Why Greensock/TweenMax? Great performance, ease-of-use, expandibility and basically because it is awesome. First, link to the jQuery CDN and then embed TweenMax.js and SuperScrollorama. Next, start up SuperScrollorama. When initializing SuperScrollorama there are several options you might want to change. $.superscrollorama({options}) vars: optional properties for the pin method (object): isVertical Are we scrolling vertically (true) or horizontally (false)? Example Use the addTween method to build your scroll animations. .addTween(target, tween, duration, offset, reverse) target: scroll position (number) or element (string or object) tween: a Greensock animation tween object duration: scroll duration of tween in pixels (0 means autoplay) offset: adjust the animation start point reverse: disable reverse animation on up scrolling (optional) Example:

Mimicry - Dean McNamee Mimicry Interactive Lamp November 2010 Mimicry is a lamp that imitates the color of objects. We created a simple but effective DIY color sensor, from spare available parts. Project created by Dean McNamee and Ishac Bertran at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design.

Globe Genie - Joe McMichael Parallaxe et Webdesign : 10 exemples de sites Avez vous déjà vu un site utilisant l’effet parallaxe (aussi appelé urling) ? Cette technique permet de donner une illusion de mouvement lorsque l’internaute scrolle. On voit ainsi les éléments de la page s’animer et donner une illusion de profondeur. De ces sites se dégagent une réelle originalité et une expérience de navigation marquante pour l’internaute. Je vous propose de découvrir 10 exemples dans la suite de cet article… L’effet de profondeur peut être activer soit en scrollant soit en bougeant la souris en fonction des sites, allez voir ces 10 exemples pour mieux vous rendre compte. Milwaukee Police News Mario Kart Wii Nike JumpMan Activate drinks JanPloch Webdesigner Resolutionnim : agence digitale Digital Hands : Online brand communication Iutopi Egopop Ok Studio Si vous aussi, vous souhaitez créer un , sachez qu’il existe un plugin WordPress permettant d’avoir recours à cette technique sur le slider de votre blog (Plus d’info ici : Utiliser l’effet Parallax avec WordPress ).

js-fireworks - JavaScript Fireworks - A Chrome Experiment Algorithm Ink | Aza Raskin What is Algorithm Ink? How to use? Read the Context Free documentation, or just browse some of the other pieces of art and look at their source code. Here's an example to get you started: startshape twoshapes rule twoshapes{ CIRCLE{s .5} SQUARE{x 1} twoshapes{y .2 s .5 b .1} } This draws a circle of scale 1/2 at the origin and square one space to the right. Get The Source & Help Out You can download contextfree.js and go wild.

Pas qu'un peu le cv de Jean-Baptiste Janot [ uncontrol ]

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