Warning, this is the party designed for 1920x1080. ASTRA was tested in Firefox, Chrome and Opera but Firefox' canvas implementation is starting to lag behind. Prefer to use a Chromium based browser or to watch the video capture this time.
- Packed version in 1920x1080 that fits in 1002 bytes
- Packed version in 1280x720 that fits in 1001 bytes
- Full archive submitted at the Assembly 2016
- Video capture of ASTRA on YouTube
- ASTRA on Pouet.net, the demoscene portal
Technical tid bits
TL;DW: 2D Canvas, 2 octaves vector field using smoothstep, web Audio API, naugthty renderloop
Thanks to Adinpsz Epoch @kaneel @frksr Ferris, and everyone pushing the limits with style!
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