More experiments

Here are some other non astronomy related things, created mostly just for fun:

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Chrome Experiments
three.js

Real Molecules

JS1K 2016 - Real Molecules

The object of the JS1k competition is to create a fancy JavaScript demo no larger than 1 kB. The topic for 2016 was "EleMental" and thats my submission: Explore 30 real molecules like alcohol, acid, ether, methane, ethane, ammonia, amines, water...wait 3 s or refresh to speed up.

Minified with UglifyJS and packed with RegPack 4

Show "Real Molecules" on JS1k.com

Connect Four 3D

JS1K 2015 - Connect Four 3D

The object of the JS1k competition is to create a fancy JavaScript demo no larger than 1 kB.

This is a 1 kB version of my JS Connect Four 3D below (weaker AI and control, but nicer gfx effects ;)
Click on the field to position your ball! Click BELOW the field to confirm your move and let the AI work. The winner will be hyped.

Minified with UglifyJS and packed with RegPack

Show "Connect Four 3D" on JS1k.com

Connect Four 3D

Connect Four 3D

Connect Four 3D is like the classic connect four game, but it uses a 4x4x4 Grid instead of 6x7. You play against an artificial intelligence (AI). I implement more player modes if I find some time... Its written in Javascript using the HTML5 canvas element. I started this little experiment, because I wanted to learn how the HTML5 canvas element works.

Play Connect Four 3D

JS1K Tree

JS1K 2012 - Love Story of a Tree

The object of the JS1k competition is to create a cool JavaScript "application" no larger than 1k. The topic for 2012 was "Love" and thats my submission: A conifer changes into a bloomy tree after receiving some love. Maybe you see Pascal's triangle or a heart shape in the tree :)

I minified the source to 1013 bytes with the Google Closure Compiler (Advanced options).

Show the Love Story of a Tree on JS1k.com

Connect Four 3D

JS13kGames 2015 - Vertex Connector

The object of the JS13KGames competition is to create a tiny game in JavaScript no larger than 13 kB.

I heard late about this fun competition and so the game isn't refined well and really finished, but its playable and the idea is clearly visible.

Short Intro: Connect the vertices of the solid!
Connect polygons to win extra points. Avoid your vertices becoming isolated.
Controls: Click on the vertices, move the mouse to the left or right to rotate

Show "Vertex Connector" on JS13kgames.com

NIBObee

Play Bach for NIBObee (non web)

This little robot can play a melody from J. S. Bach. It has no speakers or sound device, so the sound is generated on the 2 motors!

Instructions for use: Push the left sensor to modify the speed. Push the right sensor to modify the sound volume. The sound quality depends on the underground, how many mechanical parts can vibrate on the robot, how the spheres are installed, the volume, etc.. Tip: Hold the wheels with all fingers to feel the music :) This also may reduce rasping/scratchy sound.

View the Source on roboter.cc

Old Projects

NetMonitor

NetMonitor

The author of NetMonitor considers this project as outdated and obsolete, but if your still interested:

NetMonitor is a packet capture tool for the local area network. I made it a few years ago for my diploma thesis. Its written in C++ and uses MFC for the GUI and WinPcap for packet capturing.

Go to the old project page.