The basis for the code comes from this perlin noise field code posted by lennyjpg. The text shape and colors comes from a loaded PNG. Each particle gets it’s color by sampling a random pixel in the image. Particle movements are controlled by perlin noise and each particle draws a trail as it moves.
AboutHi. I'm Felix Turner, a web developer and creative technologist based in Los Angeles. This blog is about technology & design.
- The dark side of VR: https://t.co/PJntwulJ0R RT @cyborgdino
- Hand tracking inside VR with Occulus Rift + Leap Motion. The future has arrived: https://t.co/68JfY3Rubj via @mikaelemtinger
- Proud to have helped build the US Open Sessions site with the guys from @ToolofNA and James Murphy
- Real-time music and visuals generated from US Open tennis match data: http://t.co/2xAK9H6Tir http://t.co/Emx6Zb7ylW
- Whoever designed interactions on the iOS url bar way over-thought it. Android interactions are a lot simpler and make more sense.
- had to rewind that a few times… RT @bit101: this may be the most awesome thing you see today. https://t.co/4eLLITPXiZ
- Great free file renaming app for OS X: http://t.co/Dzs47ljmLj
- Michael Fassbender as Frank Sidebottom? Truly WTF. http://t.co/RHCnppFHmA But he’s not doing the voice. The voice was the whole point.