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I’ve used Experimental Web standards to make cool stuff.
I created these as fan art for star wars. This project DOESN’T use images. But instead, this project involved creating polygons and manipulating them using CSS. JS is only used to switch between figures.
This project was built for an interschool competition which involved creating an interactable object using JS. I created the chessboard because of my very limited knowledge of JS, and also, it could do much more in less. Surprisingly this little experiment won me the second prize.
Another animation that I created purely using CSS.
This is a rip-off of a cheap space invaders clone. The original one used shabby JS code, which was hard to understand and did nothing noticeable. I removed all of the JS and tried to do it using only CSS. I succeded. Partially. Two things still don’t work well. Play to find out.
This one is my favourite. This project was built mainly on JS, in which I explored different aspects of JS to a fairly advanced level. And the end output was also pleasing. At the start, each robot acts together, but after 180 seconds of manual intervention, they break away and dance separately.
An infinite animation sequence made in CSS. I made this to experiment with CSS animation property.
Windows 98 mockup using CSS.
Liquid properties simulation using JS.
Planetary Environment simulation using JS.