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The feedback on Pouet for Tunnex was really impressive.
Other recent experiments
There are many experiments and projects like TUNNEX to discover other here.
- ART×JS AT FFCONF ART×JS was the closing talk at FFconf 2016. The goal was to bring new developer artists to the web by abusing standards and developing a visual understanding of mathematics.
- SHEET An Excel-like spreadsheet with arbitrary expressions and persistence using localStorage golfed under 256 bytes with aem1k, subzey, xem, rlauck, odensc, mmastrac, and corruptio
- TV NOISE Fall 2011, another meme struck Pouet.net. TV NOISE. Over the course of a few weeks, every single platform went psssh. There you go open web platform: TV noise in 128 bytes.
- DEFENDER OF THE FAVICON The brilliant arcade game Defender now playable inside the favicon of your browser! The idea was to push the concept of generated favicons far and beyond and pack a thrilling retro shooter in 16×16 pixels.
- RUBBER IN SOLID # A crazy twister effect in 256bytes of DHTML
Don't be shy; get in touch by mail, twitter, github, linkedin or pouet if you have any questions, feedback, speaking, workshop or performance opportunity.