Almost the first 256b intro using Canvas ever :p
The idea was pretty simple: Draw colorful dots in the center of the Canvas and zoom it all introduce a nebula like color blending.
<body bgcolor=0 text=snow onload=h=R.height=256;setInterval('with(R.getContext("2d"))fillStyle="#"+(999*r(fillRect(r(drawImage(R,3,3,250,250,0,0,h,h))*26+116,r()*26+116,3,3))|0)',r=Math.random)>pNebula<canvas id=R>
Including some styling of the page and text, the whole intro fits in 214 bytes. Actually it was even possible to fit a valid HTML5 version in 248 bytes.
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Other recent projects
There are many experiments and projects like PNEBULA to discover other here.
- MUSIC FOR TINY AIRPORTS AT WEB AUDIO CONFERENCE The Web Audio Conference 2018, held in September 19-21 in Berlin was a great mix of researchers, web developers, artists and performers presenting their projects. I had the chance to provide a deep dive into music for tiny airports, explaining how to generate hours and hours of music in a handful of bytes.
- MUSIC FOR TINY AIRPORTS 2/1 🛫 Celebrating the 40 years anniversary of Brian Eno's "Ambient 1: Music for Airports" with an homage written in 256 bytes with the Web Audio API.
- THEY COME AT DUSK 👺 A survival horror game for JS1k 2018, where you run away from dead miners as you hear your heart beat. Turn around using the arrow keys until all you hear is beeeeeeeep.
- DRAGON PUNCH An itsy bitsy Dragon curve renderer in 121 bytes.
- PULPINA Winning 64kb DOS intro at the Volcanic party 1997, made in one week, in Pacal.
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