Tag Archives: webgl

Stinkmoji – Animoji on the web

Powered by getUserMedia() and WebGL: Stinkmoji →

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Implementing Instagram Filters and Image Editing in React Native

William Candillon recreated some parts of Instagram’s editing process (namely the filter, rotate, and crop steps) in React Native. The filters are implemented with GL-React: Gl-react offers a really efficient paradigm for integrating React and OpenGL together. The library enables … Continue reading

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AR.js: Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web

AR.js is Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web using ARToolKit. It is Fast! It runs efficiently even on phones. 60 fps on my 2 year-old phone! it is a pure javascript solution, fully opensource. It works on any phone with … Continue reading

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Uber Visualization Nights: deck.gl

During the first “Uber Visualization Night” on June 20, 2017, Nicolas Belmonte from Uber’s Data Visualization team gave a nice introduction to the aforementioned deck.gl:

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Medusae – Realtime soft body jellyfish simulation

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Lightyear.fm – A journey through space, time, and music

Radio broadcasts leave Earth at the speed of light and travel outwards into space. Follow them through the Milky Way as you scroll backwards through time and listen to what the stars hear. Built using Three.js. Taking a look at … Continue reading

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Jazz.Computer

Interactive Music. Scroll to play. Jazz.Computer →

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The Fallen of World War II

The Fallen of World War II is an interactive documentary that examines the human cost of the second World War and the decline in battle deaths in the years since the war. The 15-minute data visualization uses cinematic storytelling techniques … Continue reading

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Chasing the Matterhorn

Chasing the Matterhorn →

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WipEout WebGL Model Viewer

The track itself is stored in several distinct files. The most interesting of which are TRACK.TRV, containing raw vertices, and TRACK.TRF containing the track faces as quads of 4 index pointers into the vertices. Pretty straight forward. Reverse Engineering WipEout … Continue reading

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