Just two links for today:
- Good news for German-speakers — Peter Strohm has been putting together a WebGL demo page which not only has versions of the lessons from these pages with comments added in (and some function names translated into) German, but also has some cool new demos, including a 3D scan of himself! (UPDATE: be careful of trying out the scan, though — it can crash Firefox.)
- A follow-up to yesterday’s link to Ilmari Heikkinen; the demo he put together then now has an associated blog post. I’ve also noticed that the cubes in his demo are not just bouncing and spinning — at least some of them are squashing as the bounce in a very realistic manner A very cool demo.
As for the lessons here… you can take a very early look at the page for lesson 9 now — the “twinkling” effect from the original lesson isn’t there yet, though.