This impressive demo leverages the HTML5 canvas element to mimic the color cycling computer animation technique that was popular back in the 1990’s.
Normal Mapped Photos
This experiment demonstrates interesting interactive lighting effects applied to images.
Beware though that there is background music, so lower your computer speaker’s volume before venturing into the maze!
The Cloth Simulation
This interactive experiment uses the HTML5 canvas element to display the simulation of the physics of how cloth material moves. The application for this demonstration could be in 3D animation.
This interactive experiment animates your mouse movements in a grid rendered on an HTML5 canvas element.
You can tweak water physics variables such as light reflection and rate of rain drops.
What Is Your Favorite HTML5 Canvas Demo?
So there you have it: Some interesting, experimental uses of HTML5 canvas.
Which one is your favorite? Discuss is it in the comments below.
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