Louis Hoebregts writing for CSS-Tricks When it comes to motion and animations, there is probably nothing I love more than particles. This is why every time I explore new technologies I always end up creating demos with as many particles as I can. In this post, we’ll make even more particle magic using the Web …
Nice demo/explainer by Louis Hoebregts on how to generate a pattern of Connected Vertices using p5.js 💁♂️ Use the included slider to advance the steps.
Using anime.js Luis Manuel has created some nice Particle Effects for buttons. Well done animations can put a nice touch onto a UI 🙂 Particle Effects for Buttons →
Built using GSAP and its Physics2D Plugin
Project 2^19 points onto a texture, calculate blur, use the gradients to update the particle positions, mumble a magic spell and you get a beautiful shader / WebGL powered effect Coupled Turing pattern and particle projection feedback → (via CreativeJS)
All examples can be found on GitHub, or one could attend one of Seb’s workshops. (To those who attended Fronteers ’11: yeah, that’s what Seb also demoed on screen)