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dat-gui - A lightweight controller library for JavaScript. - Google Project Hosting
A lightweight graphical user interface for changing variables in JavaScript.
html5  webdev  gaming  gui  nifty  javascript 
september 2013 by deusx
Announcing Artillery's Project Atlas, a Hardcore RTS for the Browser - The Artillery Blog
The Artillery Platform, which Atlas is built upon, uses JavaScript and WebGL to deliver a high-quality, low-latency multiplayer gaming experience to anyone with a modern web browser. The platform is centered around 3D experiences with real-time multiplayer capability and strong community support. The JavaScript-based game engine features a component-entity design, a modern deferred rendering pipeline, and development tools designed to allow creative expression and super-fast iteration.
to:twitter  webdev  gaming  nifty  html5  webgl 
september 2013 by deusx
Doom screen wipe effect
Was playing Doom the other day and was reminded of this effect. I wanted to give it a shot using js and canvas of course. The original .c source can be seen here https://github.com/id-Software/DOOM/blob/master/linuxdoom-1.10/f_wipe.c
webdev  canvas  doom  nifty  demos 
july 2013 by deusx
41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius
These tips and tricks will guarantee you’ll be a totally happy camper this summer.
camping  tips  nifty  lifehacks  outdoors 
july 2013 by deusx
Mini Arcade featuring slideshow | Dave Nunez's Blog v2.0
Steve and I had talked about making a tiny arcade machine for his little chibi Street Fighter guys (street fighter guys fighting each other but in their own game – very meta).
to:fb  diy  arcade  nifty  hacks  tech 
july 2013 by deusx
Paper ROM
This low-resolution memory device packs in just a few bytes of data. But it’s enough to spell out [Michael Kohn's] name. He’s been experimenting with using paper discs for data storage.
tech  nifty  hacks  diy 
july 2013 by deusx
On WebGL — Acko.net
Come try WebGL, the water's fine.
webdev  webgl  nifty  graphics 
march 2013 by deusx
deanm/omggif · GitHub
JavaScript implementation of a GIF 89a encoder
nifty  webdev  gif  graphics 
january 2013 by deusx
Firefox 3D John Hancock Center
Introducing a new use for Firefox 3D view: Creating sculptures using DOM elements! For my first project using 3D view, I figured I'd take a skyscraper in Hashrocket Chicago's neighborhood and attempt to recreate it using DOM elements and absolute positioning. The resulting building ended up being inspired by the design of the John Hancock Center, but is not a scale replica by any means.
firefox  webdev  3d  nifty 
december 2012 by deusx
Mechanics of Flite - Underappreciated NPM Commands Developers Should Know About
npm, the package manager that comes bundled with node.js, is generally described as “awesome”. While it was originally a separate project, npm has been bundled with node.js for the past few releases and the number of npm packages available in the npm registry has exploded.
node  webdev  nifty  utils  tools  js  npm  javascript 
december 2012 by deusx
Power Pwn: This DARPA-funded power strip will hack your network | ZDNet
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)'s Cyber Fast Track program helped funded the development of the Power Pwn. Pwnie Express, which developed the $1,295 gizmo, says it's "a fully-integrated enterprise-class penetration testing platform." That's great, but the company also notes its "ingenious form-factor" (again, look at the above picture) and "highly-integrated/modular hardware design," which to me translates to: it's the perfect tool for hacking a corporate network.
plugcomputers  pwnie  hardware  nifty  to:fb 
july 2012 by deusx
Node.js WiFi-Extending Robot
The beast above is a robotic system intended to be operated remotely in hazardous areas where network infrastructure is scarce. The robot is controlled over a WiFi network that originates on the robot and is extended by dropping the black repeater units on its back. I and seven other computer and electrical engineers built this monster as part of a senior design project at Northeastern University.
robots  wifi  to:fb  nifty  node 
july 2012 by deusx
Bear McCreary – Official site
There’s little that ignites my imagination more than the swashbuckling outer space dogfights of yesteryear. So, I was excited to write a bombastic, retro-infused soundtrack for “Moon Breakers” – a multi-player online combat game from Imba Entertainment / Uber Entertainment that is now available to play for free on Steam.
moonbreakers  gaming  nifty  music  bsg 
june 2012 by deusx
IP Webcam - Android Apps on Google Play
Turn your phone into a wireless camera! Supports Windows, Mac and Linux.

Turns your phone into a network camera with multiple viewing options. View your camera on any platform with VLC player or web browser. Stream video inside WiFi network without internet access.
camera  android  surveilance  nifty  mobile  software 
june 2012 by deusx
phalt/DjangoPi · GitHub
A one click Django installation for Raspberry Pi
raspberrypi  django  python  nifty 
june 2012 by deusx
Digital copy of "The Martian Chronicles" on Mars - CBS News
A digital copy of Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles" along with works by other science fiction legends was flown into space in 2007 by NASA's Phoenix spacecraft, which touched down on the Martian arctic plains.
nifty  movies  mars  space  to:fb  bradbury 
june 2012 by deusx
The MagPi - A Magazine For Raspberry Pi Users
Very nice. Reminds me of the magazines I'd run home from school to read back in the 80s and 90s
raspberrypi  magazines  nifty  hardware  to:fb 
june 2012 by deusx
Never Buy A Rotten Avocado Again
Now here’s the trick. Once you’ve got a good candidate, take a sneak-peak at what’s inside. Discreetly flick the dry stem off the fruit.
to:fb  avocados  food  cooking  nifty 
may 2012 by deusx
MAGFest - the official site
The 11th Annual Music And Gaming Festival
4 Days of Non-Stop Games and Concerts
via:textfiles  festivals  gaming  nifty  dc  at:aadl 
may 2012 by deusx
general topology - Why can you turn clothing right-side-out? - Mathematics
What properties must a garment have so that it can be turned inside-out and right-side-out?
math  topology  tshirts  nifty 
may 2012 by deusx
Sit, Ubu, sit! …Good dog! | The Retroist
Ubu Productions is an independent production company founded in 1982 by producer Gary David Goldberg. Ubu’s had made some pretty famous shows, including Family Ties and Spin City. If the name sounds familiar, it might be that you love those shows or it is more likely because at the end of many Ubu produced shows, you had a photo of a black Labrador Retriever with a Frisbee in his mouth.
retro  ubu  nifty  to:fb  to:tumblr 
may 2012 by deusx
MAKE | Fun Skill Patches Offered by Adafruit
Phil Torrone of Adafruit sent me a bag full of maker skill patches. When my 9-year-old daughter came home from school today, her eyes popped out like a Tex Avery wolf. I told her she could have them all, but she has to earn them! I’ll work with her to help her earn the LED patch first.
badges  adafruit  nifty  diy  hacks 
may 2012 by deusx
lake.js
Lake.js takes an img element and inserts a canvas element displaying the image and its flipped reflection directly after the img element.
awesome  nifty  web  html5  canvas  webdev  javascript  css 
may 2012 by deusx
recruiter recruiter template — Gist
Hi!

I'm not currently looking for a job as I'm pretty happy at my current job.

However Mozilla is looking for a recruiting manager in Mountain View. Mozilla also has deep ties in the open source communities and it sounds like it might be an interesting fit for you. <OPTIONAL-ADDITIONAL-TEXT>

If you're interested in applying, check out our careers link:

http://careers.mozilla.org/en-US/position/ojYkWfwh

Looking forward to hearing from you!

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nifty  mozilla  recruiting  recruiters 
may 2012 by deusx
Walter P. Reuther on National Healthcare - Walter P. Reuther Library
Although current talk of national healthcare may seem new and revolutionary, it is far from the first time this issue has received national attention. Long before last year’s debate on national healthcare, prior to the healthcare discussions posed by Hillary Clinton in the 1990s, concerns over rising costs and the provision of healthcare in the United States generated attention in the late 1960s.
nifty  healthcare  to:fb 
may 2012 by deusx
Demoscene - The Art of the Algorithms | MetaFilter
Wired called them, digital graffiti and John Carmack spoke of them at QuakeCon 2011 but they remain little known. A recently released full-length documentary (download) gives a portrait of the creative digital subculture from 80s to the present day.
demos  demoscene  nifty  metafilter  retro 
april 2012 by deusx
RoboHash
Robohash is a easy web service that makes it easy to provide unique, robot/alien/monster/whatever images for any text.
Put in any text, such as IP address, email, filename, userid, or whatever else you like, and get back a pretty image for your site.
nifty  webdev  apis  images  keen  robot  avatar 
april 2012 by deusx
Descriptive Camera
The Descriptive Camera works a lot like a regular camera—point it at subject and press the shutter button to capture the scene. However, instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description of the scene. Modern digital cameras capture gobs of parsable metadata about photos such as the camera's settings, the location of the photo, the date, and time, but they don't output any information about the content of the photo. The Descriptive Camera only outputs the metadata about the content.
nifty  cameras  amazon  mturk  photography  hacking  to:fb 
april 2012 by deusx
hitch
I dissected all of Hitchcock's Rear Window and stiched it back together in After Effects. I stabilized all the shots with camera movement in them. Since everything was filmed from pretty much the same angle I was able to match them into a single panoramic view of the entire backyard without any greater distortions. The order of events stays true to the movie's plot.
art  nifty  rearwindow  hitchcock  video 
april 2012 by deusx
A Metroid marriage proposal that would make the Chozo proud | Joystiq
Marriage is a sacred commitment; it's no kind of small thing to consider. You need to show you mean business. You need to put some effort into a proposal.

Jered McFerron did when he decided to rewrite the code for the 1986 NES classic, Metroid, in the C++ programming language. This undertaking wasn't initially to propose to his love, Jenni, but struck as an inspiration mid-project when he knew she was the gal for him.
nes  gaming  metroid  nintendo  homebrew  diy  marriage  nifty  aww  to:fb 
march 2012 by deusx
Vimbits: Save file on focus lost
saves the file whenever focus is lost
tips  vim  dev  nifty 
february 2012 by deusx
Infovore » A Year of Links
I thought it would be interesting to produce a kind of personal encylopedia: each volume cataloguing the links for a whole year. Given I first used Delicious in 2004, that makes for eight books to date.
nifty  delicious  pinboard  books  archives 
february 2012 by deusx
The Miura-ori and how to fold it
The Miura-ori is a method for folding up a sheet such that it can be opened or closed in one smooth motion. A Miura sheet has only one degree of freedom, and can be thought of as having only two states: fully open, or fully closed. Since reversing one fold in the sheet (that is, making a “mountain” into a “valley”) requires reversing all of the adjacent folds as well, the Miura sheet feels as though it has a memory, and is very resistant to deformation.
origami  folding  paper  maps  nifty 
february 2012 by deusx
Free Geek Vancouver Volunteer Blog: Dymaxion Auto-Matic Buckminster Fuller
Presenting the Dymaxion Auto-Matic Buckminster Fuller. It's a retro-futuristic black and white screen mounted into a 1950s (or so) radio chassis, which generates and displays text that American luminary R. Buckminster Fuller might have said if he were a piece of software.
diy  hacks  arduino  nifty  dymaxion 
february 2012 by deusx
The “Official” Ready Player One Soundtrack Mix Tape | Ernie's Blog
Many people have been clamoring for me to post an “official” Ready Player One soundtrack. I hate to be the cause of any sort of clamoring, so I compiled this list of nearly every song mentioned or referenced in the book, in roughly the order they appear. If you haven’t finished reading the book yet, here there be spoilers.
playlist  readyplayerone  music  nifty  scifi 
february 2012 by deusx
Introducing Playfic - Waxy.org
Playfic is a community for writing, sharing, and playing interactive fiction games (aka "text adventures") entirely from your browser, using a "natural language"-inspired language called Inform 7.
ifiction  nifty  to:fb  writing  gaming  playfic  inform  inform7 
february 2012 by deusx
TASVideos / Password Generators
Generators that generate or decode passwords of various games.
gaming  retro  passwords  nifty 
february 2012 by deusx
Arzea Walkthrough Guide, Review, Discussion, Hints and Tips at Jay is Games
When I'm not writing reviews for JayIsGames, I work full-time as a wizard. It's not easy work, believe me, nor is it nearly as glamorous as the movies make it out to be. One wrong incantation and you've blown yourself up or summoned an uncontrollable horde of demons. Arzea, a Metroidvania-style adventure game created by Arkeus originally for a Ludum Dare 24-hour game development competition and then expanded upon, demonstrates the kind of danger that magic can lead to. You're a wizard stranded in a strange world with only your wits and a variety of spells and upgrades to help you get home.
gaming  metroidvania  nifty 
february 2012 by deusx
Donate Now | The Mozilla Story | The Mozilla Story
We believe the Web is a place where anyone can come to build their dreams.

Watch the video and learn how a small group of people dedicated to making the Web a safe, open and accessible tool for communication, collaboration and community came together to create Mozilla – and how that work continues today
mozilla  story  donate  nifty 
december 2011 by deusx
The 5 Best Toys of All Time | GeekDad | Wired.com
Here at GeekDad we review a lot of products — books, toys, gadgets, software — and I know it’s impossible for most parents to actually afford all of the cool stuff that gets written up. Heck, most of us can’t afford it either, and we’re envious of the person who scored a review copy of a cool board game or awesome gizmo. (Disclosure: that person is probably me.) So while we love telling you about all the cool stuff that’s out there, I understand that as parents we all have limited budgets and we sometimes need help narrowing down our wishlists.
funny  nifty  kids  toys  parenting  fun 
december 2011 by deusx
iOS games get so, so real in this bizarre music video | Joystiq
Aussie indie pop group Hey Geronimo were interested in promoting their latest single, "Why Don't We Do Something?," so they made this terrifying montage of iOS games acted out in real life, you see. We're not exactly sure how this happened, but we can't say we're sorry it did.
gaming  music  nifty 
december 2011 by deusx
Music: 7th Son – The Soundtrack | J.C. Hutchins: New Fiction And Author Updates
Early last month, I traveled from my Denver home to Rhode Island to meet Brandon Winrich, a music composition major at the University of Rhode Island. It was the conclusion of a remarkable artistic journey for him, and was a life-changing day for me — a day three years in the making.
7thson  music  orchestra  nifty 
december 2011 by deusx
Voltron defends the universe on XBLA and PSN this week | Joystiq
Oh, you bet your ass MEGATHRUSTERS ARE GO! It even says "Voltron will be back after these messages" when you pause!
gaming  nifty  voltron 
december 2011 by deusx
Building a computer around a 6502 processor - Hack a Day
When it came time to try out some old-school computing [Quinn Dunki] grabbed a 6502 processor and got to work. For those that are unfamiliar, this is the first chip that was both powerful, affordable, and available to the hobby computing market back in the 1970′s. They were used in Apple computers, Commodore 64, and a slew of other hardware.
diy  6502  tech  hacking  nifty 
december 2011 by deusx
MAKE | News From The Future – Crowd Sourced T-Shirt Vending Machines
A Threadless kiosk at a Dominick’s at 2550 N. Clybourn. Image Credit: Matt W. News From The Future – Crowd Sourced T-Shirt Vending Machines… …the automated kiosk is part of a pilot program Threadless entered with Coinstar, Inc. Many of us have used Coinstar to cash in large amounts of change ...
nifty  tshirts  threadless 
december 2011 by deusx
Little Printer | BERG Cloud
Little Printer lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper.

Total waste of paper, but still a really cute product idea despite that.
nifty  tech  printer  cloud  social  berg  design  product 
november 2011 by deusx
Radio hams pick up Mars rover Curiosity's signals • The Register
Amateur radio enthusiasts using a restored dish antenna in Germany say they have successfully picked up telemetry from NASA's Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft, now outward bound for Mars carrying a one-ton nuclear powered robot rover named Curiosity towards a date with destiny in the Elysium Planitia.
hams  radio  nifty  space  mars  nasa 
november 2011 by deusx
Emphasis Update and Source - NYTimes.com
Last November, I blogged about a few new features on NYTimes.com. Today we’re releasing an update to one of those features, which I’ve been calling “Emphasis”: paragraph-specific anchor links and the ability to highlight text in articles and blog posts.
nifty  webdev  hypertext  annotation  nytimes 
november 2011 by deusx
NYTimes/Emphasis - GitHub
Emphasis provides dynamic paragraph-specific anchor links and the ability to highlight text in a document, all of which is made available in the URL hash so it can be emailed, bookmarked, or shared.
webdev  nifty  hypertext  linking  annotation  nytimes  javascript 
november 2011 by deusx
University of Michigan News Service | 'Perfect black' coating can render a 3D object flat, raises intriguing dark veil possibility in astronomy
The 70-micron coating, or carbon nanotube carpet, is about half the thickness of a sheet of paper. It absorbs 99.9 percent of the light that hits it, researchers say.
physics  stealth  nifty 
november 2011 by deusx
Sour Beers — Review - NYTimes.com
Sour beer: It sounds like something worth spilling out, and not crying over. In fact, sour beer has enthralled many American craft brewers, who, like the one I visited, are turning out fascinating brews that will challenge many people’s expectations of what a beer can be.
beer  sour  nifty 
november 2011 by deusx
Microwave hack uses Arduino and TouchPad to play perfectly-timed YouTube videos while you cook | The Verge
The μWave is a hack involving an Arduino and a TouchPad taped to a microwave door, which plays YouTube clips perfectly matched to your cooking time. This Frankenstein uses the Arduino to send data from the microwave's seven-segment displays to a web server, which finds a highly-rated YouTube video of the right length. The web client running in the browser treats you to a video clip that ends right when your food is done, then optionally tweets or sends a text message. The hack was created by students at the University of Pennsylvania, where it won first place in the PennApps Hackathon. There are no stated plans for commercialization, but the team will present the project to Google as part of the grand prize. If Mountain View announces a microwave any time soon, we'll know to expect great things.
funny  hacks  diy  nifty  arduino  youtube  touchpad 
november 2011 by deusx
Mimo Magic Touch adds 10 inches of capacitive touchscreen to your PC using only USB -- Engadget
We've seen monitors with touch input and displays powered only by USB, but combining both those features into a single unit would make for something truly unique. We've gotta hand it to Mimo Monitors for pulling it off -- the Magic Touch and Magic Touch Deluxe deliver 10.1 inches of capacitive interactivity using only a single USB 2.0 cable. The panel itself offers a resolution of 1024 x 600 for keeping video chats out of your way, displaying email or monitoring social networks. The Deluxe version also adds a two-port USB hub but, if you plan to charge your devices through it, you'll have to hook up the optional AC adapter. Sadly, while they can act as a secondary monitor regardless of OS, you'll need a Windows 7 machine to take advantage of the touch capabilities -- and even then it's single touch only (though, the panel itself is technically capable of four-point multitouch). Both models are available to pre-order now for $300 (Magic Touch) or $330 (Magic Touch Deluxe) with delivery expected before Christmas. Check out the complete PR after the break.
gadgets  tech  nifty  usb 
november 2011 by deusx
Check Out: Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, The Killers cover U2 « Consequence of Sound
As previously reported, UK’s Q Magazine has assembled a massive U2 tribute album to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the band’s landmark album Achtung Baby. The compilation, titled AHK-toong BAY-bi Covered, features covers of Achtung Baby tracks by a number of music heavyweights, including Jack White, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, The Killers, and more.
music  u2  awesome  nifty  nineinchnails  NIN 
november 2011 by deusx
Louis C. K. Plans Online Broadcast of Comedy Concert | MetaFilter
Louis C. K. Plans Online Broadcast of Comedy Concert Stand up comedian Louis C.K. announced on the Conan show (forward to about 9'10" into the video for the discussion) that he is taping a comedy special that will be broadcast only on the Internet. The show itself will be performed on November 10...
ifttt  blork  nifty  louisck  comedy  entertainment 
november 2011 by deusx
Twitter / mozmrz: Now testing #airmozilla wi ...
@mozmrz: Now testing #airmozilla with webm/ogg @ http://t.co/TQ9zHblq (the capture encoder keeps falling over & h.264 isn't working).
twitter  airmozilla  webdev  media  mozilla  nifty 
november 2011 by deusx
Twitter / Scott Lawrence: Why yes, Rogue Amoeba, you ...
@yorgle: Why yes, Rogue Amoeba, you can have my $32 for Radioshift! http://t.co/7pu3hFoz This plus some fancy PHP = personal podcast feeds! Yay!
twitter  podcasting  nifty  audio 
november 2011 by deusx
jwz - Disposable 3d-printed spiderbot
And a handsome spider it is: With its long extremities, the spider has a range of ways to get around. Some models can even jump. This is possible using hydraulically operated bellows drives that serve as joints and keep limbs mobile. With no muscles to stretch their legs, these creatures build up...
ifttt  blork  nifty  spiders  3dprinters 
november 2011 by deusx
I Met Air Supply!!! « Nerdist
I’m on Late Night w/ Fallon tonight along w/ Kirsten Dunst and AIR SUPPLY! I love those guys. Unironically. This is my front facing camera from Jimmy’s couch while A.S. rocked the SHIT out of that studio with a The Roots-backed rendition of “Here I Am.” I sang along and air-drummed through the ...
ttrss  shared  nerdist  nifty  airsupply 
november 2011 by deusx
UPEvN.png (PNG Image, 1280 × 720 pixels)
The reality of DRM and gaming and pirate ships full of games
drm  gaming  nifty  to:tumblr 
november 2011 by deusx
Motherlode of Dark Crystal and Labyrinth art comes to New York!
The exhibition Brian Froud: Visions for Film & Faerie opens Dec. 2 at the Animazing Gallery in SoHo, New York. In addition to all the Dark Crystal art, there's a site-specific installation — and Wendy Froud has recreated Kira, Dark Crystal's Gelfling, for the exhibition. Kira stands 33 inches tall and was sculpted using hair and beading from the original film production.
art  brianfroud  faerie  nifty  nyc 
november 2011 by deusx
Watch Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer, Moby, and Stephen Merritt sing Rocky Horror
Wow, it's all our favorite people singing our favorite song. While on Craig Ferguson's show, this amazing quartet made up of our favorite author, a Dresden Doll, part of The Magnetic Fields, and Moby sang "Science Fiction Double Feature" from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Try not to pass out.
craigferguson  tv  nifty  rhps 
november 2011 by deusx
The Wall-Mounted Gaming Consoles Workspace
This triple monitor workspace not only has floating monitors mounted to the wall, but also an impressive gaming console wall. "The Wall" holds a Wii, PS3, and XBox, as well as the necessary HDMI switch and other peripherals.
gaming  nifty 
november 2011 by deusx
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