WebGL

12.31.16

Ever Want to Destroy a Priceless Painting? Play This Game!

Thanks to designers Tom Galle, Eiji Muroicci, and Dries Depoorter, this Monet is ripe for the punching.

12.26.16

Introducing WikiGalaxy, an Incredible 3D Visualization of Wikipedia

Owen Cormec has transformed 100,000 entries from the free encyclopedia into a growing nebula of human knowledge.

10.13.16

Here’s an App That Turns Panoramas into Virtual Reality Paintings

With Sprayscape, Google Creative Labs makes a “perfectly imperfect VR-ish camera” for capturing things.

8.7.16

What a Wikipedia Video Game Can Teach Us About Politics

The Donald Trump solar system will surprise you.

6.22.16

'The Transmigration of Morton F.' is an Interactive, Browser-Based Opera

Film, theatre, and the open world play of video games combine in 'The Transmigration Of Morton F.'

5.3.16

You're a Drug-Fueled Party Animal in This Interactive Music Video

Party hard from the comfort of your web browser in Vince McKelvie's interactive video for With You's "Ghost" ft. Vince Staples.

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5.14.15

Fractal Formations Imagine a Futuristic Urban Sprawl

Why fight over seven kingdoms when you can have a fractal empire all to yourself?

5.12.15

What Is the Internet of Things? An Interactive Tool Lets You Find Out for Yourself

'IOTORAMA' is an online platform where you can discover and learn about smart objects for the home and beyond.

3.12.15

The Future of Online Shopping Is Holographic

Artist Kim Asendorf is investigating the visual possibilities of Phong shading to create a virtual product experience.

3.2.15

Tokyo Transit Looks Like Light Art in This 3D Visualizer

Watch Japan's metro system pulse and glow in real time WebGL experience 'Metrogram3d.'

11.18.14

Interact with the Virtual Worlds of Teengirl Fantasy's New EP

4REAL, the digital agency composed of Slava and Analisa Teachworth, have created four virtual reality experiences to accompany Teengirl Fantasy's new EP.

8.8.14

New Exhibition Pushes The Binary Boundaries Of Creative Coding

This Saturday at Transfer Gallery, Daniel Temkin and A Bill Miller will debut "Language and Code," an exhibition re-examining the image/text divide through programming.

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