This is a pretty wacky experiment in altering font size based on the user’s distance from the screen (allow the page to access your camera and enable the “realtime” option for some real fun). I don’t know how much real-world application this has, but it’s a cute’n’fun exercise.
A gorgeous collection of experiments that showcase just how much is possible in browsers today.
Drag the text 'round for a bit of fun.
A nifty interactive video for Arcade Fire's "We Used To Wait." It claims to be built in HTML5 but actually uses XHTML 1.0 and HTML 4.01 doctypes throughout. *sigh*
A new take on an old classic: how to make communion wafers zingier.
This makes my brain giddy. Dizzying stuff, clearly explained.
Finally, some debunking of the "paradox of choice" oversimplification.
Brendan Dawes pointed me to this wonderfully playful creation. It's Flash-free, believe it or not.
Dave has been experimenting with processing and documenting the results here.
A very pretty little Twitter canvas experiment accompanied by music delivered via the audio element. View this in a capable browser.
An even more speculative version of The Long Bet. Given a supposition (e.g. "What will the world be like when custom satellites are as easy to design and launch as your own website is today?"), you can add to a list of positive and negative outcomes.
An experiment in human storytelling, using a photographic heartbeat of 3,214 images to document an Eskimo whale hunt in Barrow, Alaska.
Crows is smart. And yes, I am using the "Bookmark this..." link at the end of the article.
Contribute to Cameron's experiment. Just choose: left or right?
A recreation of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas using nothing but diet coke and mentos. Mesmerising.