Created by Emilie Pillet at ECAL, HTTPrint is a Google Chrome extension which generates a webpage that captures your navigation on the Web such as the time you spend on each page, the url, images and texts, in order to give a visual output. You can capture and save the result by printing it at home or ordering a print-on-demand newspaper.
AutocompleteMe is a Chrome browser extension by Benjamin Gaulon that automatically googles random stuff when Chrome is idle for more than 1 minute so you can watch funny autocomplete suggestions.
Selfsurfing is a Chrome extension that creates a self-surfing, auto-updating clone of Jonas Lund’s browser in real time. Jonas’ browser has a server extension installed which transmits the current state of his browser to a intermediate server, which holds all relevant information. This information is then picked up by Selfsurfing extension.
Coming soon to the HTML5 toolbox is the Web Audio, still in development for Chrome, Google have a dedicated page with a number of very interesting and fun examples. Thanks to Alexander Chen for pointing out this ‘3D Sonogram’ example which I seem to have missed the last time I visited the page. Here is how the […]
Created by Felix Turner Rutt-Etra-Izer is a WebGL emulation of the classic Rutt-Etra video synthesizer. The demo replicates the Z-displacement, scanned-line look of the original, but does not attempt to replicate it’s full feature set. The application allows you to drag and drop your own images, manipulate them and save the output. Images are generated by scanning the […]
Created by Tom Beddard aka subblue, Fractal Lab is a WebGL based web application for rendering 2D and 3D fractals in real-time and the latest in Tom’s research in complex and visually stunning 3D fractal structures. As we already reported few months back, Tom already created some truly stunning works (see bottom of the post) […]