Playing around with circles. This is an old logo that I used to have on my blog. Now it spins.
Bow down yellow blobs to the power of my mouse cursor! These yellow blobs follow the mouse. (Not so great on mobile)
Bouncy balls - enough said.
Ants that crawl around the screen. This one is a little bit unsettling.
These ants now do your bidding! If an ant encounters some food (purple blobs) it will take it to the nest (white blob). You can drop more bits of food by clicking the screen.
Fractals are mathematically generated patterns that are often beautiful. This fractal tree was built using a recursive loop, which is often a useful way to make fractal patterns.
This canvas is inspired by Factory Records and Peter Saville's iconic album sleeve design for Orchestral Manoeuvres in The Dark. Click on it to switch the colour scheme.
Some butterflies at night, or should that be moths? Whatever - they are things that fly about and it is easier to see them against a dark background.
Ok this is cool. These rockets learn the path to the target using an evolutionary algorithm - this is machine learning baby! The rockets that get closer to the target are given a higher fitness value and so are more likely to pass on their genes to the next generation.
The smart rockets return, this time with an improved animation and a wall in the way of the target. Will they find a way around the wall?
An isometric box. Click on it to see what happens.