This chess game is playable offline or online, with a range of customisable colours using a 2D interface and a rotatable 3D display. Online play is completely anonymous, unless the players have contacted each other through other means prior to the start of the game. This web application was created to demonstrate my skills with […]
The pulsating Wave Sphere jiggles and shakes like a humerous jelly! This may be useful for demonstrating wave propagation in a 3D shape.
The “GlowB” (pronounced “globe”) program demonstrates a slowly rotating sphere with crudely rendered landmasses and oceans. Using a greater number of quads it is possible to achieve a higher resolution display for use in astronomy, when viewing other planets and moons.
The Wireframe Rain program features a simulation of the ripples which propagate from droplets falling into a pool of water. This could be used for demonstrating concepts in physics, geology and the distortion of fabric, among others.