Here's my new minimalist creative coding playground!

➡️ sliderland.blinry.org ⬅️

What animations can YOU make using JavaScript and 64 sliders? 🎚️✨

Click the blue arrow to get detailed instructions. Everything you type is saved in the URL, make sure to share your creations in the comments!

In Chrome, there's also a "record" button that saves your animation as an MP4! 🎥

I originally wrote this tool for the music video "Tides", which won first place in @revision_party@twitter.com's Wild competition this year! youtube.com/watch?v=bUTPlQzfz1

The interactive version takes huge inspiration from @aemkei@twitter.com's "tixy", which has around 0.5 dimensions more, and uses a 16x16 dot grid! tixy.land

Another inspiration was "Checkboxland", which @BryanEBraun@twitter.com made at the @recursecenter@twitter.com in 2020! bryanbraun.com/checkboxland/

I'm especially amazed by this animation that @daniel_bohrer made!

sliderland.blinry.org/#%28i%5E

Such a simple expression: (i^(t*20)%64)/63
But so much recursive complexity!

"But will it run Doom?" Yes. Yes, it does! 😆

I remade the first level using JavaScript and 64 sliders! blinry.org/sliderland/doom/

Follow

@blinry I'm in love with it. The whole thing, not just this specific flex which is off the charts.
You are great.

· · Web · 1 · 0 · 1
Sign in to participate in the conversation
Mastodon for Tech Folks

This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!