This is a collection of web experiments by thingsinjars
Find somewhere nearby you can walk to, eat in and walk back from in an hour-long lunch-break.
Geographically accurate streetlights mapped showing the pool of light they cast.
Use a heatmap to show where people take photos. Find the 'must-see' photo ops.
Find the nearest currently open emergency pharmacy (Germany only)
Fly around an immersive audio landscape with 3D-positioned sounds
Drive a car around a map.
A fun CSS gradient
A moveable map to show what the satellite view looks like
A really basic Super Mario Kart-like interactive using CSS 3D transforms for moving the map around
A proof-of-concept game prototype where you must match a sine wave exploring a variety of different gaming thinking styles.
A proof-of-concept game prototype of a maze game where you can't see the maze.
A proof-of-concept game design based around the idea of discovering patterns made from an elastic string.
Combining random Instagram uploads with randomly-generated phrases to create hipster art. Ironically, of course. A variation on the art-maker below.
Experimentation with multiple background images to create non-repeating backgrounds.
Playing around with CSS gradients in an attempt to replicate the style of the recent Google Adsense adverts.
An experiment in JS that developed into a fun educational toy. It's also available on the Chrome WebStore
Whithr is a Google Maps toy to help you find a place to meet up with your friends
An iPhone-optimised drawing app based on Harmony
Another attempt to squeeze something cool into 1k. This randomly generates, solves and draws a 'perfect maze'.
I couldn't let it lie, this is another toy in 1k. This generates a sentence then animates some coloured lights around it to make hipster art.
My entry into the js1k competition. Spinny circles that chase the mouse around. Click to add more circles or press any key to add blur.
My commentary on the mindset of web designers.
My commentary on the mindset of web developers.
The source for most of these is available on GitHub