Hey! We highly recommend you launch this experiment in Google Chrome. It may run slower, or not at all, in other browsers.
A simple test of local pixel-based modifications of an HTML5 canvas drawing area. Hold a mouse button down for a "slide down" effect.
The site no longer exists. And it seems no one has posted an alternate link, so I guess this is gone for good. :/
The only problem that I can see is the fact that we can not save our images and show you what amazing work we have done with your experiment. Much love
Pretty colors.....Nice experiment! It's really cool.
try this on ipod touch
its not working! help
k chulo es mi color
That's pretty fun! Thanks for making this :)
WHOOAAA!!! An acid trip
i love it! :)
but i can't save it :(
I hear Edgars Industries calling me...
hi i'm your best friend
JUST FANTASTIC, TRY IT YOU WILL LOVE IT
hey.. i am new here.... please.. tell.. me... wht to we do of these experiments??!!??
You can mess around with them and draw, type, watch, and build. That might not be true because I only on to check the new experiments and see which one I like.
This is addictive! :D Nice!!!!
Helló mindenkinek!Végre valaki magyar is írt! :)
What do you mean google earth!?!?
This is sweet! The color reminds me of the texture of the X viruses on Metroid Fusion!
Hi, and thanks! Note that the code is very short and I have marked it as GPL, so do whatever you want with this! :) It was meant to be a simple test, so don't expect any changes to this, I am updating other projects instead - for example, you might take a look at the canvas mandelbrot viewer (it's on my website in the "GPL" section).
Very good. Try allowing someone to upload a picture and actually burning or doing this to the photo. That would be very cool! Great work!
really good experiment. you can draw a smiley face by clicking to stop the circles from going
This is awesome!