November 25, 2013
HTML5 Visualizer with Microphone Input – Wolfe Island Windmill Test


Beautifully simple work thinking about current browser technologies. If still exists it should be something like this…

A microphone input determines the rate of playback for a sequential set of images. Here, the Wolfe Island Windmills react to the noise of a fan and speed up accordingly. This demonstration was made in Chrome 31 using HTML5 canvas and the getUserMedia() API.

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