There is also a plain version in 209 bytes
<body id=B text=snow bgColor=0><script>O=setInterval("m='p01 256b Starfield';c=Math.cos;for(o=0;o<65;)m+='<p style=position:absolute;top:'+(50+(z=399/(73-(++o+O++&63)))*c(o*.9))+'%;left:'+(50+z*c(o))+(z>>4?'%>.':'%;color:#456>.');B.innerHTML=m",9)</script>
256 bytes for the polished version above with title, colors and fog and 209 bytes for the plain version below
<body id=B text=tan bgColor=0><script>setInterval("m='';c=Math.cos;for(u=65;u;)m+='<p style=position:absolute;top:'+(50+(z=399/(9+(--U+u--&63)))*c(u*9))+'%;left:'+(50+z*c(u))+'%>�';B.innerHTML=m",U=9)</script>
The cool tricks were the TOTORO smiley
++o+O++ that increases the zoom ratio and the index of the stars, and the use of
Math.cos with fixed angles per star to give their direction.
The feedback for Starfield on pouet was rather nice.
Other recent projects
There are many experiments and projects like STARFIELD to discover other here.
- 10 PRINT THEREMIN AT WEB REBELS A lighting talk about labyrinth generation and theremin instrument using the Web Audio API in 219 bytes presented at Web Rebels 2016.
- 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.
- OOMA 2 Rotozoom with tilt and experimental music in a valid 480bytes Atari bootsector.
- ASAHIKAWA Flyby the city of Asahikawa in 64 bytes.
- 256B.HTM The first edition of the 256B.HTM contest allowed 5 entries per author. Mine ranked 1st, 10th, 19th and 29th out of 63.
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